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Miami Tower
100 SE Second Street
Suite 3900
Miami, FL 33131


J.D., University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2015

  • Dean’s List for Excellence in Scholarship
  • UF Moot Court Team - Awarded Certificate for Academic Excellence, Achievements in Appellate Advocacy, and Service
  • Jessup International Law Moot Court Team - 1 of 4 First-Year Students Selected; Highest Scoring Oralist
  • Appellate Advocacy Competition - Winner; 2 out of 3 Perfect Scores for Oral Argument
  • Trial Practice Competition - Prosecution: Second Degree Murder and Grand Theft Auto Convictions; Defense: Not Guilty on All Counts
  • Phi Alpha Delta; International Law Society; John Marshall Bar Association

B.A., Biology and Society, Cornell University, College of Arts and Sciences, 2011

  • Science and Technology Studies Minor
  • Dean’s List for Excellence in Scholarship

Christopher T. Beck is a Partner in the Miami office of GRSM and is a member of the Environmental/Toxic Tort, Commercial Litigation, and Construction practice groups.

Originally from Pennsylvania, Christopher earned his Bachelor of Arts in biology and society and his Minor in science and technology studies from Cornell University, where he was named to the Dean’s List for excellence in scholarship. Following his graduation, Christopher moved to Australia before returning to the United States to attend law school at the University of Florida, where he was again named to the Dean’s List. An excellent oralist, Christopher was one of four first-year students selected for the Jessup International Law Moot Court Team and the highest scoring oralist. He was also selected for the UF Moot Court team, where he was awarded a Certificate for Academic Excellence, Achievements in Appellate Advocacy, and Service. Christopher won both of his Trial Practice competitions and his Appellate Advocacy competition, achieving two out of three perfect scores for oral argument. He was also a member of Phi Alpha Delta, the International Law Society, and the John Marshall Bar Association, and obtained two judicial internships for the Eighth Judicial Circuit. He also did a significant amount of volunteer work for indigent members of the community at a local legal services firm. Christopher received his Juris Doctor and passed the Florida Bar exam in 2015. He is also admitted to federal practice in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and Middle District of Florida. 

An aggressive litigator, Christopher has spent his career defending complex multimillion-dollar cases in state and federal court. His diverse practice includes professional liability, general liability, construction defect litigation, environmental/toxic torts, insurance defense, admiralty defense, third-party property, personal injury, condominium law, contracts, auto negligence, marine negligence, premises liability, wrongful death, real estate litigation, corporate law, medical malpractice, trucking, federal transportation, products liability, intellectual property, toxic torts, governmental defense, and subrogation. He has won numerous summary judgments and dismissals with prejudice and has saved his clients hundreds of millions of dollars in negotiated settlements.


  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Northern, Southern and Middle Districts of Florida