Christopher is an Associate Attorney at Koprince Law and focuses his practice in areas of Joint Venture Agreements, Mentor/Protege Agreements, and GAO Protests. Christopher draws on his experience in private practice and as Assistant District Attorney to advocate for clients in areas of government contracts litigation. He believes effectively advocating for a client begins at first contact.
Christopher joined Koprince Law after helping develop the Douglas County Drug Court and manage the nationally recognized Douglas County Behavioral Health Court. He drafted and edited contracts, agreements, and manuals for the courts, the skills he uses to lead clients through the government contract realm.
During Law School, Christopher was elected president of Phi Alpha Delta and also served as a Judicial Clerk in Shawnee County and received an Advocacy Certificate upon graduation.
Christopher received his B.A., cum laude, from MidAmerica Nazarene University. While at MidAmerica Nazarene, he was a varsity baseball letterman.
In his free time Christopher cheers on the University of Kansas sports teams, Royals, Sporting KC, and Chiefs. He can also be found playing softball, walking along trails with his wife, or spending time with their adopted pets.
- District of Kansas
- J.D., Advocacy Certificate, The University of Kansas
- School of Law
- B.A., cum laude, MidAmerica Nazarene University, History
Professional Associations & Memberships
- Kansas Bar Association
- Douglas County Bar Association, Secretary
- Judge Hugh Means Inns of Court, Membership Chair
- National Association of Drug Court Professionals
- GAO Annual Bid Protest Report Shows 51% Effectiveness Rate, SmallGovCon 2020
- New DoD Rule Requires Formal Certification for WOSB and EDWOSB Contracts, SmallGovCon 2020
- HUBZone Appeals at OHA Are One Step Closer to Reality, SmallGovCon 2020
- GAO Dismisses Challenge to Brief Explanation of Award, SmallGovCon 2020
- Mentor-Protégé Consolidation Goes Live: What Does this Mean for You?, SmallGovCon 2020
- GAO Confirms You Cannot Challenge Another Offeror’s Inclusion in the Competitive Range, SmallGovCon 2020