Award Winning Family Law

Chris Mamo LL.B.
416.956.5642
chrism@wilsonchristen.com

Chris Mamo's practice encompasses all areas of family law including property and support claims as well as child protection, custody and access disputes. Chris prides himself in his client relationships and reaching a resolution that satisfies them.


Prior to joining Wilson Christen in September 2013, Chris was employed by a multinational Bay Street firm where he gained valuable experience with high-end commercial property disputes and complex financial transactions. Moreover, while attending law school at the University of Western Ontario, Chris worked under a nationally renowned family law mediator where he acquired skills in dispute resolution and creative problem-solving. Chris applies the knowledge he gained through these unique experiences on daily basis in his family law practice. He recently spoke to CP24 regarding the Ashley Madison website breach.


Chris graduated from the University of Western Ontario Law School in the top 10 of his class in 2013 and was called to the Ontario bar in 2014. On a personal level, he enjoys a wide-range of activities from sports to theatre. Chris was the captain of his football team at Wilfrid Laurier University where he won a National Championship in 2005.

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