B.S. 1991, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
J.D. 1994, Widener University School of Law
Christopher Day received his Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law and clerked with the Honorable Richard J. Williams, A.J.S.C. after graduation. Christopher successfully completed the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation American Inn of Court as a student from 1995 through 1997, and served as the Atlantic County Bar Association’s Young Lawyer Liason from 1996 through 1998. Christopher was a past member of the Atlantic County Bar Association and is a Barrister of the New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court, and was a prior board member of the 200 Club.
In 2003, Christopher founded a law practice in Atlantic City, focusing exclusively on workers’ compensation claims and personal injury matters. His firm has assisted thousands of individuals who were injured at work or in an accident, handling their cases to conclusion, either by settlement or by verdict.
In 2008, Christopher merged his practice with D’Arcy Johnson to form D’Arcy Johnson Day. He continues to focus on workers’ compensation claims, using his extensive knowledge and experience to assist those who suffer workplace injuries.