Biography

Christopher McDonald is a paralegal in the firm’s Litigation practice group where he focuses on medical malpractice. He drafts discovery and pleadings, prepares litigation support documents, conducts legal research, coordinates pre-trial activities and assists at trial.

His experience also includes the production of expert witnesses; witness interviews; serving as liaison for military, civilian and federal law enforcement in the production of evidence; document production; motions preparation; and docket requests.

His background supervising paralegals and court reporters lends to his critical thinking and organizational skills in a fast-paced legal environment, enabling him to handle simultaneous projects with ease.

Education

  • College of the Canyons  (A.A., 2017)
    • Paralegal Studies

Background

Before joining the firm, Christopher was a legal assistant for a California law firm. Prior to that, he was a supervising paralegal for the Marine Prosecution Office. A 13-year Marine Corps veteran, he was also a supervising court reporter at Camp Pendleton and Marine Corps Base Hawaii.