Chris Law is currently pursuing his MBA at the Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management as part of the Roy H. Park Leadership Fellowship. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Economy from Williams College. Prior to business school, he helped develop the LEED rating system at the U.S. Green Building Council in Washington, DC. His project management roles at USGBC included overseeing the LEED committee structure, managing urban design and transportation requirements, and working with business partners in Europe to remove barriers to entry.


Most recently, Chris worked as a management consultant in CBRE’s Global Workplace Solutions division in the New York metro area. In this Summer Associate role, he advised a large telecommunications client on opportunities to reduce costs across a diverse 100M sf portfolio and leverage real estate in support of the company’s strategic objectives.


In addition to his role on the AREC board, Chris is an active member of several clubs and serves on Johnson’s Student Council as the Facilities and Technology Chair. He is particularly interested in redevelopment in mid-tier cities and emerging technology applications in real estate and public administration.