Christopher Wiles was in private practice in New York for many years before joining the Attorney General’s Office as an Assistant Attorney General in 2001. He is the Central New York Regional Attorney for the Attorney General’s Charities Bureau, a member of the New York State Cemetery Board, and is well versed in trusts and estates law and litigation. After graduating from Cornell Law School he taught a course on the Andean Common Market at the Universidad Catholica Andres Bello in Caracas, Venezuela under a Latin America Teaching Fellowship. He also practiced law in Minnesota for two years early in his career for a startup computer firm before returning to New York.He is also the President of the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County, Inc. and has been honored for his pro bono activities by the New York State Bar Association.Mr. Wiles will be co-teaching the New York Attorney General Clinic.