Christopher (Christy) Lambden
Christopher (Christy) Lambden graduated with honors from Emory Law School in May 2019. During his law school career Christy was recognized on numerous occasions for his skills in trial. Christy was recognized as the most outstanding advocacy student in the graduating class. He was also recognized as the most outstanding advocate at the William M Daniels National Mock Trial Tournament, as well as the most outstanding advocate at the Southwest Regional competition of the National Trial Competition.
Originally from the UK, Christy came to the US as a Morehead-Cain scholar to study at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was elected Student Body President in his final year. He led the student body in navigating issues that garnered national attention including the University's response to sexual assault, and student athletics.
Christy is delighted to start his legal career as a plaintiff attorney at Pratt Clay. He is excited to represent those who need assistance in navigating the legal process and fighting to get them the results that they deserve. Pratt Clay's precision litigation approach and the nature of being a small and agile firm is a great match for Christy's skills and eagerness to develop and learn under some of the best mentors in the legal industry.
When he is not at the office Christy enjoys theater, college athletics, and spending time with friends and family.
- Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia
- J.D. - 2019
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Current Employment Position
- Personal Injury