My name is Christopher Schehr and I am a licensed attorney here in Charlotte, North Carolina. I went to law school with one focus, to become your attorney and to tip the scales of justice in your favor. Upon graduation, I worked in a firm specializing in Immigration Law. After realizing that your case was just another case in a big law firm, I decided to open my own practice. There were times in big law where I did not even meet or interact with my clients. I found this to be a major injustice. Since opening my own firm I have gone through the trials and tribulations and have found what works. I will give you individualized focus in every case I take on. When you call, I answer.
I attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where I received a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Political Science. I then attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where I graduated Cum Laude. At Thomas Jefferson, I focused my legal course work to center around personal injury, criminal defense, and Immigration Law. While in law school, I worked in the tax clinic and business development clinic where I helped the underserved in the community with establishing their businesses and preparing their taxes for free. I then went on to clerk for a powerhouse firm where I focused on personal injury and construction defect law.
At my age I am still a young attorney. I am not married and do not have any kids. I can ensure that my primary focus will be your case. I enjoy spending time outside with my dog, watching the Carolina panthers win, and playing sports
J.D., Cum Laude, Thomas Jefferson School of Law
B.A., University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Major(s): Criminal Justice and Political Science
North Carolina Bar Association
Member Since: 2019
Mecklenburg County Bar Association
Member Since: 2019
AILA – American Immigration Lawyers Association
North Carolina Bar Association, 2019-Present
* Note: I am available via email and phone anytime after hours. Free consultations apply to personal injury and criminal law cases. Immigration defense is subject to a consultation fee which will be applied towards your retainer if you chose to retain. *Nothing on this site is to be conveyed as actual legal advice.