Christopher London

Christopher London is a New York City based lawyer, writer, photographer & founder of Manhattan Society.com, a 501 (c) (3) conduit; an independent and free press documenting the New York City’s post 9/11 charitable undercurrent. Christopher is a native bridge & tunnel New Yorker, born and raised in Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan, a product of NYC public schools; one of the 99% with a unique first hand but fair perspective of the top 1% in America. Christopher received his B.A. in Economics with high honors from Boston University and his JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He started his legal career as a Bankruptcy Reorganization & Finance Associate with the International Law firms Weil Gotshal & Manges and Bingham McCutcheon. He has also continued to work for some of New York's top firms as a legal consultant.

Christopher’s written work, photography & social commentary has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes.com, Money Magazine, Cape Cod Today, New York Post, E! Entertainment Television, FOX News, Town & Country Magazine, Panache, Prestige Magazine, Der Spiegel, Social Life Magazine, Scallywag & Vagabond, Avenue, Quest, Niche Media. A passionate citizen, his style has been referred to as akin to “riding bareback through Society like Joan of Arc in flames.” But Christopher indentifies personally more with this quote from one of his heroes, urban activist Jane Jacobs, ”I do not know who this celebrity called Jane Jacobs is. It’s not me. You either do your work or you’re a celebrity; I’d rather do my work.”