Chris Crowley
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Chris Crowley

Chris Crowley is the author of the legal thriller The Practical Navigator. He is also the author (with the late Henry S. Lodge, MD) of Younger Next Year, the New York Times bestseller, with over two million copies sold in twenty-three languages. There are now six books in the non-fiction Younger series, including The Younger Next Year Back Book (2018), written with Aspen friend and healer Jeremy James. In addition, Chris’s work has appeared in various periodicals, including the New Yorker. Before all that, Chris was a litigation partner at a leading Wall Street law firm, Davis Polk & Wardwell. For twenty-five years, he led teams in the usual run of big cases for major companies. And he brought a pro bono suit against the City of New York—and successfully argued it in the Supreme Court—to compel the hiring and promotion of more African American and Hispanic police in the NYPD. He truly loved the law, he says. But he quit a little early “because I wanted to live more than one life.” He moved to Aspen for five years with his wife, the portrait artist Hilary Cooper, skied a hundred days a year, lived the outdoor life . . . and wrote. Chris was born in Salem, Massachusetts, and grew up in Marblehead and Peabody. He graduated from Exeter, Harvard College, and the University of Virginia Law School. He has three children and six grandchildren. Chris and Hilary live in Lakeville, Connecticut and New York City and spend time in Aspen. They are avid skiers, bikers, and sailors.
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