Accomplished attorney, environmentalist, and dedicated father in Fort Collins, CO
Christopher Throssel of Fort Collins, CO, has been working in the legal system since 2016. Currently, is an Attorney for Britt, Tshering & Wang LLC and holds licenses to practice law in both Colorado and Wyoming. He also previously served as an Associate Attorney at LTC Matters. Christopher enjoys working in law because it allows him to help people in his community and surrounding areas navigate the complexities of the legal system. While his practice covers many different areas of law, his primary focus is on probate, civil litigation, elder law, protective proceedings, and other matters related to family law.
However, prior to launching his law career, Christopher Throssel spent time pursuing other passions. He graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and a minor in Philosophy in 2013. At the time, he was working as an Assistant Biologist at Colorado State University’s Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory. Christopher has been passionate about the environment for many years and has contributed to reforestation efforts on multiple occasions. It was in 2016 that he took his first professional position in a legal setting, where he worked for the city of Providence, RI, researching environmental issues. While attending law school, he took on several other intern and extern positions as he explored potential career paths. He continued to focus on environmentalism and even wrote a law school paper related to the topic.
In 2017, Christopher Throssel earned his Juris Doctorate from Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, Rhode Island. He moved back to Colorado and began building his career. During some periods, he functioned as a sole practitioner; in other cases, he partnered up with existing firms. In 2022, he finally landed at LTC Matters, where he continues to operate today. Christopher has always prioritized clear communication and positive client relationships, no matter where he works. He understands that legal cases can be stressful and confusing and strives to make the process as straightforward as he can.
Outside of the legal sphere, Christopher Throssel still strives to give back and support environmental causes whenever he can. He has previously volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and Wildlands Restoration Volunteers. He loves getting outside whenever he can and loves all of the outdoor opportunities Colorado has to offer. In his free time, Christopher enjoys hiking, fishing, and working on classic motorcycles. Additionally, he is a dedicated father to two young children.