Christopher Bustamante Osorio
Christopher Bustamante Osorio is an associate, joining in November 2020. Mr. Bustamante Osorio has experience handling matters involving personal injury, premises liability, commercial automobile, wrongful death, and general tort liability.
Mr. Bustamante Osorio is from Seattle, where he graduated the University of Washington with his B.A. in 2015. He moved to New Jersey, where he then received his law degree from Rutgers University School of Law (Camden) in 2018.
He was a member of Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, worked in the Rutgers Law School Domestic Violence Clinic and served as Vice President of Rutgers Women’s Law Caucus. Mr. Bustamante Osorio also dedicated his time in assisting immigrants and Camden residents with limited resources. Being first generation inspired him to volunteer in various opportunities, such as serving as a Spanish interpreter and translator for the Rutgers clinical programs, as well as naturalization and DACA registration events. Mr. Bustamante Osorio actively fought for LGBTQ rights, demonstrated by an externship at the Mazzoni Center in Philadelphia and a summer spent in Chile working with Fundación Iguales – an organization dedicated to the passage of gender identity, anti-discrimination, and adoption laws to benefit Chilean LGBTQ individuals. In 2018, he completed an internship at the Office of the Attorney General.
Mr. Bustamante Osorio was a judicial clerk to the Honorable Anthony V. D’Elia, Hudson County, New Jersey Superior Court, Civil Division, from 2018 to 2019. He has received numerous awards, including the Pro Bono Public Award for Significant Service and the Dean’s Award for Service to Rutgers Law School. He is a member of the New Jersey Bar Association and Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey.
- University of Washington, 2015 B.A.
- Rutgers University School of Law (Camden), 2018 J.D.
- New Jersey State Bar