Christopher Anderson has been helping people in financial distress since he graduated from the Hamline University School of Law in 2007. He began his career representing dairy farmers who suffered economic damages as a result of negligence and wrongdoing on the part of electrical utilities. By 2011, he was advocating for fishermen and small businesses who had their livelihoods upended by the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In May of 2021, he joined Walker & Walker where he continues to fight for those facing economic hardship.
WHY HE PRACTICES BANKRUPTCY LAW
After spending his career helping people who seem to have no financial way out, Christopher has increasingly found bankruptcy to be a powerful legal tool that can give clients a fresh start and put them on the road to financial recovery. Helping people escape economic hardship is the reason he became a lawyer and the reason he loves practicing bankruptcy.