Chris Nason focuses his practice on private client matters.
While in law school, Chris served as an editor for the Yale Journal of International Law and was a fellow at the China Law Center. He served as an intern for the Beijing Arbitration Commission and was also a co-president of the Law and Africa Society. Prior to law school, he attended the Peking University as a CSC Scholar, where he studied Chinese Language and Law. Chris also served as a health education volunteer for the Peace Corps in Tanzania.
Private Client ‘Ones to Watch’ 2017, 2018
Yale University – Yale Law School, JD, 2014
University of Massachusetts Amherst, BS, 2006
University of Massachusetts Amherst, BA, 2006
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