Chris is a Lecturer in Social Work at Goldsmith's University, studying the decision-making process around violent offenders. He has also researched the outcomes of court proceedings, the construction of autism, and the sociology of values, religion and immigration. Chris worked as a local authority social worker for nine years and as an independent social worker for three years. He writes regularly on social work practice and social issues.
Chris believes in the necessity of challenging pervasive views, especially his own.