Christopher Loy graduated in 2018 from University of Florida Levin College of Law, cum laude, where he was a member of the Florida Law Review and a Florida certified mediator. He earned his Bachelor of Science from University of Central Florida in 2015.
Mr. Loy’s practice includes commercial and real estate litigation, as well as real estate transactional work, such as reviewing purchase and sale agreements, lease agreements, and contracts. Additionally, Mr. Loy has experience advising faith-based organizations on various matters, including federal and state employment legislation.
Prior to his time at Hatch Ray Olsen Conant, Mr. Loy was a law clerk for the Seventeenth Judicial District in Adams County, Colorado, where he clerked for the Honorable Sharon Holbrook, the Honorable Tomee Crespin, and the Honorable Patrick T. Murphy.
Outside of practicing law, Mr. Loy competes in triathlons across the nation, writes music, and is an avid Florida Gators football fan. As a Florida native, Mr. Loy grew up on the Atlantic Ocean and still enjoys surfing whenever he can, despite making Colorado his new home.