Christian holds an LL.B in business law from the Université Robert Schuman in Strasbourg (2001) and an LL.M in Law and regulation of international finance and Competition law from King’s College London (2006).
Christian was admitted to the Luxembourg bar as a trainee lawyer in 2002.
Following the completion of his traineeship in 2004 with a small but highly regarded litigation law firm specializing in collective insolvency proceedings and whose founding partner and Christian’s supervisor (patron de stage) was one of the Court appointed liquidators of i.a. the BCCI (Bank of Credit and Commerce International), i.e. until today one of the largest international bankruptcies ever, Christian pursued in 2005 his studies with an LL.M.
After his return to Luxembourg in 2006 Christian joined the investment funds department of a large international law firm before returning in 2009 to the litigation law firm where he had started his career.
In September 2012 Christian opened his own law firm with a focus on collective insolvency proceedings.