Chris graduated from KNUST with an LLB in 2010 after which he attended Fordham University School of Law, New York, where he graduated in 2011 with an LL.M in International Law & Justice. He was a beneficiary of the Vivian Leitner Global South LL.M Scholars Program, a fellowship administered by the Leitner Center for International Law and Justice at the Fordham Law School. He has since October 2014 been a member of the Ghana Bar. At the Faculty of Law, Chris teaches Public International Law, African Union Law and Legal Writing and also coaches the Faculty’s Moot Court Team. He has published journal articles and book chapters and made conference presentations on topics including the Supreme Court of Ghana’s jurisprudence on international business transactions; the judicial enforcement of socioeconomic rights in Ghana; and Africa’s relationship with the International Criminal Court.