Cristopher Farrar graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Business Administration, then graduated from Baylor University School of Law. He focuses his practice on risk allocation in the drafting and negotiation of construction, engineering and architectural agreements, as well as service and operation-related transactions. Cristopher represents clients in a wide range of sophisticated and complex project development matters related to commercial, energy, oil and gas, power, renewable, manufacturing, chemical, pipeline, offshore, and infrastructure. He has extensive experience managing major matters involving capital improvements and large asset-based transactions ranging from $5 million to more than $8 billion. Having served as in-house counsel previously, Cristopher is a trusted advisor and consultant on the development of construction projects by leading clients through the development and negotiation of project documents. He has drafted and negotiated bespoke agreements, including unique contractual agreements, as well as AIA, ConsesusDocs and FIDIC industry forms. Each project has risk in schedule, technology, cost, volatility, markets, shareholders, and safety and health. Cristopher works closely with clients to identify and mitigate those risks and resolve any disputes efficiently and effectively.