was born in Karachi, then in India, on 12 October 1943 . After public school at Ampleforth in Yorkshire and university in Dublin, he started his working life as an articled clerk to a firm of accountants in London. After two years he entered the Inner Temple and was called to the Bar in 1972. He practised on the South Eastern Circuit, latterly specialising in crime. Christopher arrived in Hong Kong. In January 1986 as a Crown Counsel in the Attorney General's Chambers. His work as a Crown Counsel was solely criminal, specialising in appellate work. He left the Legal Department in 1994 and returned to England to practise. Within eighteen months he was back in Hong Kong, again as a barrister but this time at the private Bar.
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