Christopher Ammori has helped entrepreneurs, businesses and developers with real estate transactions, negotiations and strategic business matters for over a decade. As a former entrepreneur and accountant, Mr. Ammori understands the many challenges his clients face daily. This unique perspective helps him anticipate and troubleshoot scenarios and provide valuable business advice. Clients enjoy working with Mr. Ammori because he is experienced, confident, and an effective communicator.
Mr. Ammori has assisted and represented clients throughout Metro Detroit in complex real estate and business matters. He has also specialized in Cannabis law for several years, advising clients in all aspects of marijuana licensing including municipal and state facility applications.
In addition to representing clients in non-immigrant and immigrant visa applications, Mr. Ammori has presented at numerous conferences on immigration and business strategies. He is also a member of the Chaldean American Bar Association as well as the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
While earning his J.D. at Wayne State University School of Law, Mr. Ammori interned for The Honorable Justice David A. Hathaway at the Wayne County Circuit Court. He also served as Treasurer and Student Attorney at the Free Legal Aid Clinic focusing on family and elder law for low-income persons in Detroit, MI.
J.D. Wayne State University Law School, May 2011
B.A. Wayne State University, August 2007
Bar and Court Admissions
Chaldean American Bar Association
Oakland County Bar Association