Biography

Civil Rights attorney, Christopher Booth, is a seasoned litigator with expertise in the areas of labor and employment law, civil rights, civil litigation, construction litigation, and banking litigation. He has extensive experience litigating complex matters in both state and federal courts. He has helped his clients recover over $2,000,000 throughout the years and secured a settlement in excess of $500,000 for a Philadelphia sexual harassment victim.

Christopher has served in several civic, professional, and leadership capacities. He is a former Member of the Boards of Trustees of Drexel University and Lincoln University, a former Hearing Committee Officer with the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, and, a former Board Member and Secretary of Cheltenham Little League.

Christopher uses his vast legal knowledge and litigation skillset to help each client obtain the compensation they deserve. His tenacity and love of the law shines through as he helps his clients not only win their cases but understand the process of litigation, explaining every step of the process as they navigate the legal system.

Interesting facts about Christopher:
Christopher is an avid golfer and die-hard Eagles fan. In his free time, coaches little league baseball for his children and the local community.

Awards and Recognition

Business Litigation “Super Lawyer” 2010 by Philadelphia Magazine, Law and Politics.

Admission

State Court(s): Pennsylvania, New Jersey
Federal District Court(s): Eastern District of Pennsylvania, District of New Jersey

Education

College: University of Pittsburgh, Bachelor of Arts
Law School: University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Juris Doctorate

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