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Kevin Christopher

Trial Attorney

Biography Overview

Kevin E. Christopher is a native Memphis who is dedicated to providing quality representation to those who need it most. Mr. Christopher is currently a Personal Injury Litigation Attorney in Morgan & Morgan's Memphis, Tennessee office, where he primarily deals with automobile collisions and wrongful death cases. Mr. Christopher earned his Bachelor's degree from the University of Memphis where he graduated with a degree in Education with an emphasis on Elementary and Special Education.

After a few successful years in the classroom as a 6th grade math instructor, Mr. Christopher decided to attend the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphrey's School of Law where he completed the dual-degree program receiving both a Juris Doctor and a Master of Business Administration. During his time as a law school student, he was involved in several student organizations. He was the Vice President of the Black Law Student Association, Vice President of Street Law, and Advisor for the Memphis Youth City Counsel.

Upon completion of law school, Mr. Christopher served his community as an Assistant District Attorney with the Shelby County District Attorney General's Office. He continues to serve his community through his involvement as an elected member of the Young Lawyers Division Board of the Memphis Bar Association. He is also involved with the Tennessee Bar Association & the Ben F. Jones Chapter of the National Bar Association. Additionally, Mr. Christopher serves as co-chair for the Summer Law Internship Program for the Memphis Bar Association. This program assists with placing minority high school students in internships with judges, law firms, corporate, and government entities across the city each year.

Practice Areas


  • University of Memphis, B.S. 2012

  • University of Memphis, M.B.A., 2018

  • University of Memphis, School of Law, J.D. 2018

Bar Admission

Bar Admission
  • Tennessee

  • United States District Court, Western District of Tennessee