CHRISTOPHER WILSON

Associate

Chris Wilson joined KPM LAW in 2015 after graduating from law school at Washington & Lee University School of Law. Chris focuses his practice on worker’s compensation, representing employers and insurance carriers at all stages of litigation before the Virginia Worker’s Compensation Commission.

A Texas native, Chris received his bachelor’s degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin (Hook ‘em Horns) before making the move to Virginia for law school. During law school, Chris served as Notes Editor for Washington and Lee’s Journal of Civil . . . Read more

Chris Wilson joined KPM LAW in 2015 after graduating from law school at Washington & Lee University School of Law. Chris focuses his practice on worker’s compensation, representing employers and insurance carriers at all stages of litigation before the Virginia Worker’s Compensation Commission.

A Texas native, Chris received his bachelor’s degree in Government from the University of Texas at Austin (Hook ‘em Horns) before making the move to Virginia for law school. During law school, Chris served as Notes Editor for Washington and Lee’s Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice and was a semifinalist in the school’s annual John W. Davis Appellate Advocacy Brief Writing Competition. Chris clerked at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Virginia in his third year, and honed his trial skills at hearings in U.S. District Court and misdemeanor trials before a United States Magistrate Judge.

Chris is an avid cyclist and has completed the Hotter than Hell 100 in Wichita Falls, Texas. In his spare time Chris enjoys exploring Richmond, cooking, and going on walks with his Golden Retriever, Ranger.

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  • The University of Texas at Austin, B.A. in Government, 2010
  • Washington & Lee University School of Law, J.D., 2015
  • Virginia State Bar, 2015
  • Notes Editor for Washington and Lee’s Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice
  • Quarterfinalist, 2014 John W. Davis Appellate Advocacy Competition
  • Semifinalist, 2014 John W. Davis Appellate Brief-Writing Competition
  • Virginia Worker’s Compensation American Inn of Court