Christopher T. Meier, PartnerChristopher T. Meier joined Cooper Cargill Chant in 2007, and became a director in 2010. Before coming to New Hampshire, Chris practiced in Massachusetts and clerked for the Justices of the Massachusetts Superior Court. He concentrates his practice on the litigation of business, commercial, land use, and probate disputes. Chris also counsels businesses in the areas of regulatory and corporate compliance, land use and municipal permitting and litigation avoidance. Chris regularly represents clients before both State and Federal courts throughout New England, administrative tribunals, municipal boards and private arbitrators and mediators.
Chris received his B.A. from Saint Lawrence University in 1994 and his J.D. from the Boston University School of Law in 1998. During law school, Chris was a Paul J. Liacos Distinguished Scholar, served as Administrative Editor to the Boston University International Law Journal, and served as President of the Environmental Law Society.
Chris is a member of the Carroll County, New Hampshire and Massachusetts Bar Associations. He currently serves as Carroll County Governor for the New Hampshire Bar Association, having been elected in 2007 and reelected in 2010, and also serves on the boards of the Upper Saco Valley Land Trust, the White Mountain Community Health Center, and the Mount Washington Valley Trails Association, the latter as President. Chris is also a member of Leadership Mount Washington Valley, Class of 2008.
Chris lives in North Conway with his wife and two children. During his spare time, you’ll find this busy father enjoying time with his family, skiing, running and mountain biking.
NORTH CONWAY, NH - December 1, 2010 – The law firm of Cooper Cargill Chant announces that Christopher T. Meier has been made a Director of the Firm. Chris joined the Firm in 2007, and previously practiced in Massachusetts with the law firms of Mirick O'Connell, LLP, Davis Malm & D'Agostine, P.C., and Sloane & Walsh, LLP, and clerked for the Justices of the Massachusetts Superior Court.
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