Christopher N. Davies

Bar/Court Admissions
  • Florida
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida
  • J.D., Tulane University Law School
  • LL.M., Tulane University
  • Joint honors degree in Law and Industrial Relations, magna cum laude, University of Wales

For more than three decades, Chris has focused his practice on providing advice to condominium, cooperatives and homeowner associations. His representation includes more than 500 Boards in the Southwest Florida region, with a focus in Collier and Lee Counties. Chris is a Director of the Firm, and leads the condominium and homeowner association law team. He is an active participant on the Florida Bar Condominium and Planned Development and as a Member of the Real Property Section of The Florida Bar.

In addition to representing associations, Chris also specializes in real estate transactions on behalf of buyers and sellers.

Chris was appointed to the Florida Condominium Study Commission by Governor Bob Martinez in 1990, and worked on the extensive revisions to the condominium laws. He has served as a member of the faculty of the University of Miami Law Center Institute on Condominium and Cluster Developments, and is a former member of the Community Associations Institute (CAl) Board of Trustees and a past Chairman of its national Attorney’s Committee and Public Policy Committee. He frequently lectures on critical issues involving condominium and homeowner association law.

He is the Vice Chair for the Condominium and Planned Development Law Certification, Vice Chair of the Florida Bar Condominium and Planned Development Committee and is Chair of the Legislative Subcommittee. Chris is also a member of the Real Property Section of The Florida Bar and the Collier County Bar Association.

Chris is a contributory author to The Florida Bar’s treatise, Florida Condominium Law and Practice, Second Edition, where he co-authored the chapter on The Division of Florida Land Sales, Condominiums and Mobile Homes.