“I'm Chris Christie, and I plan to be Alabama's next attorney general. I've dedicated my life to serving others and fighting for those who need a voice. I am the kind of leader who will help change our state government's culture for the better,” Christie tweeted on Wednesday.
Christie was a trial lawyer at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP for 30 years before leaving at the end of 2017 to begin campaigning for attorney general. During his time at Bradley, he defended seniors caught in lawsuits between the federal government and hospice providers and also represented fraud victims.
He has held several administrative roles at the firm in addition to representing clients, including chairing the firm’s pro bono committee, and he regularly writes and speaks on legal topics.