Christopher is a Manager at Fragomen's Toronto office. His practice consists of assisting clients with complex corporate immigration requirements, with a focus on temporary resident matters such as NAFTA professionals, Intra-Company Transfers and Labour Market Impact Assessments. Christopher has worked with individuals and organizations from various industries, including the information technology, engineering, energy, aerospace, and insurance sectors.

Prior to joining Fragomen, Christopher worked in insurance defense litigation and articled with the City of Toronto. An avid North Korean human rights activist, Christopher serves as the Executive Director of HanVoice, the largest Canadian nonprofit specializing in this area. In this capacity, Christopher has advised Cabinet ministers, appeared in the media and testified before the Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights.


Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto | J.D., 2011
University of Toronto | B.Com., 2007


Ian Scott Public Interest Internship Award, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2010

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: Law Society of Upper Canada

Member, Law Society of Upper Canada

Member, Canadian Bar Association

Member, Korean Canadian Lawyers Association

Publications and Lectures

Witness, “Examination of Canada's International and National Human Rights Obligations.” Standing Senate Committee on Human Rights Meeting, Parliament of Canada, Ottawa, Canada, April 13, 2016.

Panelist, “Master Series: Managing the Complexities of Immigration Compliance in a Changing Immigration Landscape.” Panel presentation, Worldwide ERC Workforce Mobility Association, Toronto, Canada, January 28, 2016.