Christopher Crowley is former felony prosecutor, who tried hundreds of criminal cases and negotiated thousands of plea agreements in the Florida Court system. He has over a hundred hours of training in alternative dispute resolution, both in mediation and arbitration. As a former courtroom litigator, Chris knows the combative nature of the adversarial Court system. He understands first hand the advantages of alternative dispute resolution through mediation and arbitration.
Christopher Crowley is an Army Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, currently holding the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Reserve Judge Advocate General Corps. Chris received numerous awards and commendations for his military service, both on active duty and in the reserves. He has traveled all over the world with the U.S. Army, including Iraq, Kuwait, Nicaragua and Germany.
In 2008 and 2013, Christopher Crowley was named a member of the "Florida Legal Elite" by Florida Trend Magazine. Chris received his undergraduate degree from the George Washington University and his juris Doctor from Suffolk University of Law. When not working he enjoys Harley-Davidson motorcycles, NFL football and the beaches of Florida.