Christopher Casher maintains a broad civil, corporate commercial litigation and dispute resolution practice.
Christopher completed his JD at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. During his time at law school, Christopher represented undergraduate students accused of academic dishonesty in front of the University disciplinary committee and volunteered at the Legal Information Service of Nova Scotia as well as the Tenants’ Rights Project through Dalhousie Legal Aid.
Prior to law school, Christopher obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies and Economics from Queen’s University, where he graduated with distinction. During his time at Queen’s Christopher held numerous positions on student government, where he administered the non-academic discipline system as a Judicial Affairs Deputy, was elected as the Speaker of the Alma Mater Society Assembly, and Co-Chaired the Model Parliament conference in Ottawa.
Outside of the law, Christopher enjoys surfing and playing basketball and soccer. He is also interested in politics, cooking, and travelling.
Christopher summered and articled with the firm before joining as an Associate in 2019.