Christian Cooper attended college at Arizona State University. While in college, Christian interned for the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services and Education and spent a legislative session with the Arizona Senate as a Page. Later, Christian worked as a Junior Political Consultant for Governor campaigns and clerked for private law firms.
Christian proudly attended the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law. In law school he was awarded the Rauh Public Interest Fellowship for his work in public service. Upon graduation Christian was awarded the Edgar Cahn Community Service Award for his dedication to pro bono work.
Christian has worked as Assistant General Counsel to the D.C. Chamber of Commerce, as well as for the United States House of Representative. Prior to coming to Performance Software, Christian spent a couple years working in probate litigation. Now, all his efforts are focused on growing Performance Software Corporation and continuing to make Performance the best place to work.
What I love most about my work
“Being able to work with amazing people who offer creative problem solving on important issues.”
“Before my legal career began, I played professional paintball..”