"Managing our firm's I.T. department is something I truly enjoy doing. Our group is small, but each individual adds his or her own unique flavor to the team. We do our best to provide technology and support that will enable our attorneys and staff to be creative and productive. If they’re happy, our clients are happy."
As CIO, Chris’ administrative duties focus on the management of all aspects of information technology within the firm. This includes hardware, software, networks, and users. He is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and an Interwoven Certified System Administrator. Chris is also an active member of the International Legal Technology Association.
Prior to joining Hirschler Fleischer in 2004, he was associated with the law firm of Christian & Barton, serving as its Information Technology manager. Chris was named to Virginia Lawyers Weekly Magazine's 2007 list of "Unsung Legal Heroes."
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
Interwoven Certified System Administrator
Unsung Legal Heroes, September 2007
Beyond the Law
Beyond the Law
Family is first and foremost in Chris’ life. You will often find Chris and his wife traveling between the sporting events of his three daughters. When there’s a break in the sports, the family enjoys traveling the country in their RV.
Chris is an avid runner, and he often participates in firm sponsored events. His most memorable runs include the Sports Backers Corporate Run, Bank of America Chicago Marathon (26.2 miles) completing the race in 3 hours and 30 minutes, the U.S. Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C., and the Walt Disney World Dopey Challenge (48.6 miles).
Virginia Commonwealth University, Information Technology Systems, M.S.
- Received the Dean’s Scholar Award in 2010
- Inducted into the International Honor Society (Beta Gamma Sigma) in 2010
York College of Pennsylvania, B.S.