Irvine, Calif. (July 10, 2013) – Wilson Harvey Browndorf LLP is pleased to announce the addition of a new partner to its Criminal Law division.
Christopher L. Palmer, a University of Arkansas School of Law Alumni, is the first of the two additions to the WHB team. Christopher brings extensive legal experience consisting of mediation, family law, mortgage banking/real estate litigation, and criminal defense. He gained early trial experience while in the office of the prosecuting attorney. He served as a division chief over the drug task force and the division tasked with the responsibility of evaluating and prosecuting cases involving sexual assault and domestic violence. During his 28 years of practice, he has tried numerous cases from the perspective of prosecution and defense and before the state and federal bar.
Additionally, Christopher is a member of the Pulaski County Bar Association; Arkansas Bar Association; American Bar Association; Tennessee Bar Association; Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Association of Trial Lawyers of America; William Overton and Henry Woods Inns of Court.
Christopher has also served on the Judicial Nominations Committee and on the Board for the Pulaski County Bar Foundation. He has also served as Chairman of the State Public Defender Commission, a position that he was appointed to by the governor, and also recently received a second appointment to serve as a member of the Jail Standards Review Committee.
With the addition of Christopher L. Palmer, WHB continues to rapidly grow and expand into numerous areas of practice.