Member Profile - Christopher Lins
Chris received his J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2011 and his B.A. in Political Science from Washington and Lee University in 2006. He began his career as a Pennsylvania and New Jersey barred attorney with a mixed practice that was comprised of commercial and construction litigation, as well as election and campaign finance law. While working as in-house counsel for a prominent Philadelphia law firm, he also designed referral departments.
Chris joined JURISolutions in 2015 and, in his role, he has been able to successfully apply his legal background, contacts, and analytical models to help legal departments and law firms find the right candidates for their organizational needs. Chris has placed dozens of attorneys in Associate, Partner, and In-House Counsel roles.
Chris lives in the Philadelphia area, where he serves on the Philadelphia Republican Party Executive Committee and as the 9th Ward Leader of the Chestnut Hill neighborhood.
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