Since co-founding London & Mead in 1994 after almost six years as a federal prosecutor, Chris has been named as a Fellow in the American College of...
Since co-founding London & Mead in 1994 after almost six years as a federal prosecutor, Chris has been named as a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers, repeatedly listed as one of the top 100 lawyers in Washington, D.C. by the Washington Post and Washingtonian Magazine, and listed in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers for civil litigation and white collar criminal defense. Chris has successfully tried dozens of cases to verdict as lead trial counsel. He has extensive experience in a wide range of matters.
Chris and his wife Lauren founded, manage, and largely fund Scotland Storm Community Development, Inc. – www.scotlandstorm.org – a free after-school academic and sports program for underserved children in Potomac, Maryland.
At Yale, Chris was a utility infielder on the varsity baseball team. He took a year off between college and law school to write Champion: Joe Louis, Black Hero in White America, a study of the breakthrough impact of boxer Joe Louis on American race relations, published by Charles Scribner’s Sons in 1985 and condensed in two installments of Sports Illustrated in the summer of 1986.
Yale Law School (J.D. 1985)
Yale University (B.A. 1981)