Podcast Episode 21: Christopher Swift, Partner

10 November 2020 Foley Career Perspectives Blog
Author(s): Alexis P. Robertson Christopher Swift

This episode of The Path & The Practice features a discussion with Christopher Swift. Christopher is a partner in Foley’s Washington, D.C. and New York offices. He is a member of Foley’s Government Enforcement Defense & Investigations Practice Group focusing on national security and international law. Christopher reflects on growing-up in New Hampshire and his family’s roots reaching back to Colonial America. He discusses the path that led to his extensive academic credentials, including a Masters and Ph.D from Cambridge. Christopher also explains his unique international legal practice. and provides fantastic advice to aspiring lawyers on the importance of listening and asking the right questions, especially for those aspiring to be international lawyers. Listen to the full discussion below.  

Christopher's Profile: 

  • Title:  Partner
  • Foley Office:  Washington, D.C. & New York
  • Hometown:  Hollis, New Hampshire
  • College:  Dartmouth College
  • Law School:  Georgetown University Law Center


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