If you have been charged with a crime, DWI, traffic ticket or were injured we are here to help!
Kenneth Christopher, is a founder and managing partner of the the Christopher & McQuillan law firm. He is an aggressive young attorney who is both at ease and competent in the courtroom. Mr. Christopher is a skilled and successful litigator who has represented persons accused of many different levels of criminal conduct. Mr. Christopher has also represented both plaintiffs and defendant's in many types of civil legal proceedings. He believes in keeping his clients informed and involved in all aspects of their individual cases. Mr. Christopher received his Juris Doctorate Degree and graduated Cum Laude from the Syracuse University College of Law.
While attending Syracuse Law School Mr. Christopher was an active member of the Moot Court Honor Society and National Trial Teams representing the College of Law in Mock Trial Competitions all over the United States. He was an arguing advocate at the National Civil Trial Competition in Los Angeles, CA, and the National Trial Competition in New York City. Mr. Christopher was recognized for his abilities and honored by being inducted into the prestigious Order of the Barristers, an organization whose heritage is based on excellence in trial and client advocacy. He academically distinguished himself with Dean's List Honors and additional Honors for exceptional achievement in Trial Practice, and Constitutional Law.
Mr. Christopher completed his undergraduate degree and graduated Cum Laude from Le Moyne College, in Syracuse, New York with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. He academically distinguished himself with Dean's List Honors and multiple academic scholarships.
Mr. Christopher is a member in good standing of the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, New York State Trial Lawyers Association, New York Bar Association, and the Onondaga County Bar Association. Mr. Christopher believes that building a relationship with his clients is imperative to properly advocate for their needs. Regardless of whether the case is a simple traffic matter or a serious criminal charge, a simple fender bender or a traumatic personal injury case, he is dedicated to providing a competent, diligent and consistent representation for his clients. Mr. Christopher is licensed to practice law in the State of New York.
Mr. Christopher was formerly a frequent guest lecturer at the Syracuse University College of Law on practical tips for representing clients charged with vehicle and traffic violations and DWI/DWAI.
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star- Criminal Law||SuperLawyers||2017|
|Rising Star- Criminal Law||Super Lawyers||2016|
|Order of the Barristers||Syracuse University College of Law||2007|
|Managing Partner||Christopher & McQuillan, LLP||2014 - Present|
|Owner||Kenneth M. Christopher, Esq.||2008 - 2014|
|Associate Attorney||Cote, Limpert & Van Dyke, LLP||2007 - 2008|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Onondaga County Bar Foundation||Board Member||2016 - Present|
|New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers||Member||2012 - Present|
|Onondaga County Bar Association||Member||2008 - Present|
|New York State Bar Association||Member||2008 - Present|
|New York State Trial Lawyers Association||Member||2008 - Present|
|Syracuse University College of Law||Juris Doctorate||2007|
|Le Moyne College||Bachelor of Arts||2004|
|Practical Lawyering Skills Class||Handling a Traffic Ticket (and basic DWI) - Guest Lecturer||2014|
|Practical Lawyering Skills Class||Handling a Traffic Ticket (and basic DWI) - Guest Lecturer||2013|
|Practical Lawyering Skills Class||Handling a Traffic Ticket (and basic DWI) - Guest Lecturer||2012|
|Practical Lawyering Skills Class||Handling a Traffic Ticket (and basic DWI) - Guest Lecturer||2011|
|People v. Anonymous||Case Dismissed|
|People v. Anonymous||Case Dismissed|
|Nodzo v. Crouse Hospital||Jury Verdict For Plaintiff|
|People v. Anonymous||Client was granted a reduction to DWAI sentenced to a Conditional discharge|
|People v. Anonymous||ACD (adjournment in contemplation of dismissal) 6 months|
|People v. Anonymous||Tickets reduced to one parking ticket - no points on clients license|
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Tue Sep 23 2014
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Fri Apr 18 2014