Christopher Nunziato

New Orleans, LA
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Having been raised in London and New York City, Christopher sought a change of scenery and eventually headed West to attend Colorado College, where he enjoyed competing on the club baseball and hockey teams, skiing at every opportunity, and majoring in English Literature. After graduating, Christopher worked as a Wrangler, tending to a large herd of horses and leading multi-day horse trips through the Rocky Mountains. Christopher later lived and worked in Los Angeles before settling in New Orleans to attend law school at Tulane University, where he earned a certificate of concentration in Sports Law, served as Chief Articles Editor of the Sports Lawyers Journal, and spent much of his time competing for and eventually coaching the Tulane Mock Trial team. Christopher joined Taylor Wellons to work in the area of complex coverage, general liability, contract disputes and property damage.

In his leisure time, Christopher can be found exploring the city with his senior mutt – Zoe, golfing in City Park, or watching the latest true-crime documentary (when his beloved Yankees are not playing, of course).  

Areas of Practice
  • Complex Coverage
  • Contract Disputes and Catastrophic Loss/Property Damage
Certified Legal Specialties
Bar Admissions
  • Louisiana

B.A. Colorado College ‘18

  • English Literature

J.D. Tulane University Law School ’22

  • Certificate of Concentration in Sports Law
Honors & Awards
  • Coached and competed on the Tulane Mock Trial Team
  • Earned Place in the Southeast Region for Tulane Mock Trial Team and advanced to the National T16 in the All Star Bracket Challenge
  • Coached junior teams to competition victories across Louisiana and the nation
Professional Associates & Awards
Published Works
  • Summer J. v. United States Baseball Federation: Foul Is Fair, No More? Has MLB's Extended Net Policy Doomed the “Baseball Rule”?
  • The Sports Lawyers Journal: Vol. 28: Spring 2021
Representative Cases
Past Employment Positions
Community Involvement
  • Completed an externship and continued as a pro bono volunteer with Orleans Public Defenders while attending Tulane Law School. Worked as a pro bono volunteer with Re-Entry Mediation Institute of Louisiana.