Christopher A. Ferry

Experienced Florida Trial Lawyer

Chris was raised by his mother and father, the latter of whom retired as Lt. Colonel in the Army in Alexandria, Louisiana. Chris obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Huntington College in 1991. He subsequently attended Mississippi College where he earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology in 1994. In 1999, Chris obtained his Juris Doctorate from Thomas Cooley Law School. While attending Thomas Cooley, Chris was on the Dean’s list, earned a scholarship for his exemplar grades and was named a distinguished Freshman. Before joining Nicole at Ferry & Ferry, P.A., Chris worked at a private firm specializing in criminal defense and workers’ compensation.

Today, in addition to his work with Ferry & Ferry, P.A., Chris served as a child support hearing officer for the counties of Escambia and Santa Rosa, Florida, for 3 years.

Areas of practice

  • Criminal defense
  • Civil litigation

Admitted to practice

  • Florida, 2000

Education

  • Bachelor’of Arts Degree, Major, Psychology, 1991; Huntington College, Montgomery, Alabama
  • Master of Arts Degree, Counseling Psychology, 1994; Mississippi College, Jackson, Mississippi
  • Juris Doctorate, 1999; Thomas Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan