Chris Esquire

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Chris Durvatheheir Esquire is an attorney, chair of the Pinson Planning & Zoning Board, and a former candidate for Pinson City Council in the 2020 municipal election.

Esquire served in the U.S. Army. He completed a bachelor of science in electrical engineering at the University of Alabama in 2000 and a bachelor of science in information systems at UAB in 2010. He also hold a master of science in information systems from Grantham University in Lenexa, Kansas in 2013, and a juris doctorate from the Birmingham School of Law in 2015.

Esquire has been employed by the Birmingham VA Medical Center, Wachovia Bank, Southern Company and the Democratic National Convention Committee as an IT specialist and security analyst. He founded his own law firm in 2015. He was worked as a cybersecurity instructor at the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Kentucky; and served as vice chair of the American Bar Association's Privacy and Computer Crime Committee.

Esquire and his wife, Michelle Spratt, have one son.

As a candidate for City Council he hoped to promote economic growth along with educational and community activities. He lost the race to Glenda Kirklin.

References

  • Thomas, Erica (July 15, 2020) "Army veteran throws name in hat for Pinson City Council Place 5." Trussville Tribune

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