Christopher R. Cook is a licensed attorney in the state of Colorado and currently practices in the greater Denver area.
Christopher attended DePaul University College of Law where he graduated Cum Laude and obtained his Juris Doctorate. Prior to law school, Christopher earned his B.S.B.A in finance with an emphasis in international business from the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business.
At DePaul Law, Christopher’s course load included the core subjects required to earn his J.D., but also coursework meant to give him a greater understanding of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) – particularly mediation. During law school, among other activities, Christopher was a research assistant to Professor Mark Weber, a nationally regarded scholar on disability rights and complex tort litigation. In addition, Christopher became a licensed mediator with the Chicago Center for Conflict Resolution where he mediated primarily small claims cases. He also obtained his 711 License and practiced as a student clinician through DePaul’s Misdemeanor Clinic, where his team successfully represented indigent clients on various criminal charges. Further still, Christopher has held various legal clerkships, including work with a complex civil/commercial litigation firm, and a criminal defense firm.