Christopher is a DPhil in Law candidate at Brasenose College, Oxford. His research examines our present conceptions of democracy and the role that the combined use of sortition and democratic deliberation may have in future constitutional change. Drawing upon ideas within the fields of deliberative constitutionalism and normative political constructivism, his thesis explores potential methods of enhancing governance through a series of practical political recommendations.

Christopher is a Lecturer in Law at Mansfield College, where he teaches Jurisprudence. He has taught as a Tutor at Brasenose College, Pembroke College, and St Edmund Hall – as well as on the Opportunity Oxford and Oxford Law Springboard programmes. He also teaches broadly within the areas of law, politics, and philosophy to visiting Stanford University undergraduates.

Christopher was previously a Research Assistant, and is currently a Graduate Research Resident, at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights. Prior to joining the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, he worked as a Judicial Extern to the Chief Judge of the largest Federal District Court in the United States. Christopher has volunteered on a number of initiatives including researching as part of the Cambridge Pro Bono Project and representing individuals at Law Centre Northern Ireland. He holds an LL.M. from the University of Cambridge, and an LL.B. from Queen's University Belfast.