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Christopher H. Sherwood

Christopher H. Sherwood

Attorney
Location:
New Orleans, Louisiana
Phone:
504-434-5518
Fax:
504-483-3447
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Christopher H. Sherwood graduated from Loyola University in 1987 earning a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree. In 1993, Chris graduated from Loyola University with a Master of Business Administration. During business school, he was a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma and Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Societies. In 2001, Chris received his Law Degree from Loyola Law School and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar. While in law school, Chris received Law Excellence Awards in Injured Employee Remedies and Compensation Rights and Louisiana Probate. Chris also received the Leon Sarpy Award for outstanding performance in Louisiana Probate. He is admitted to practice in all Louisiana state courts and the United States District Courts and the United States District Courts for the Eastern Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana.

Chris lives in New Orleans with his wife and two children. He has been active in the community.
He is a member of the Community Action Committee and the access to Justice Committee of the Louisiana State Bar Association.  Chris is also participates in SOLACE and HELP. Chris served on the Board of Directors of the New Orleans Speech and Hearing Center. He also served on the Board of Directors of Junior Associated Catholic Charities where he was President. He also served on the Board of Trustees of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School where he was Chairman of the Technology Council. In addition, Chris served on the Loyola University Alumni Board of Directors. Chris was selected Man of the Year for 1996 by the Metairie Jaycees.              

Since joining the firm in 2008, Chris’s practice has been a general litigation practice including handling claims involving automobile personal injury, maritime personal injury, premises liability, environmental contamination, products liability, toxic tort, and medical malpractice.”