Christopher C. Haner practices primarily in the areas of Estate Administration and Litigation. In addition, Christopher has several years of experience practicing in the areas of Elder Law and General Civil Litigation.
Christopher earned his Juris Doctor from St. John’s University School of Law, where he was presented with the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Elder Law in 2012 (highest grade) and served on the editorial board of the Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development. Christopher received a B.A. in History and Political Science from Northeastern University in 2008.
Both during law school and prior thereto, Christopher worked in several law offices, both large and small, in Boston, New York City and Long Island. In addition to his experience in the private sector, Christopher also interned at a non-profit law firm, served the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, interned for a Justice of the Supreme Court and served as a legal writer to one of the most influential companies in the field of Social Security Disability Law.
Christopher is licensed to practice law in New York, Massachusetts and in the SDNY.
Christopher is an active member of the Nassau County Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association.
Christopher’s volunteer work includes regularly publishing articles for the Nassau Lawyer, volunteering at the Nassau County Bar Association, participating in the Volunteer Lawyers Project, mentoring at a local middle school and volunteering at the local Knights of Columbus. He was recognized for his exemplary pro bono service to the Nassau Community at the Nassau County Bar Association’s annual Access to Justice Recognition Reception, for the past two consecutive years. Christopher is also a member of the United States Junior Chamber (Jaycees), Long Island Chapter and currently serves in the position of Director of Community Engagement.