Christopher Cook is a transactional associate attorney specializing in business, banking, and real estate law.
Before joining Hawley Troxell, Christopher practiced domestic relations law and general civil litigation in Colorado and Idaho. Christopher graduated cum laude from DePaul University College of Law. During law school, Christopher was a research assistant to a nationally regarded scholar on disability rights and complex tort litigation, became a licensed mediator with the Chicago Center for Conflict Resolution, and practiced as a student clinician through DePaul’s legal clinic.
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 the University of Colorado, he was a Statistics Teaching Assistant as well as a Project Assistant and Translator to an Italian engineering firm in Florence, Italy.
Christopher is a native of the Wood River Valley, professionally conversant in Italian and Spanish, and has dual citizenship in the United States and European Union (Italy).
LAW SCHOOL: DePaul University College of Law J.D., cum laude, 2010
UNDERGRADUATE: University of Colorado, Boulder, Leeds School of Business, B.S.B.A., 2007
Idaho Volunteer Lawyers, Boise, ID
Bogus Basin Snow School, Boise, ID
Metro Volunteer Lawyers Family Law Program, Denver, CO
“Do Your Own Dissolution” Clinic, Denver, CO
Metropolitan Tenant Rights Organization, Chicago, IL