Chris Shella

Mr. Chris Shella and associates, is a highly reputed law firm in North Carolina providing whole range of law services like complex employment litigation, multifamily real estate law, corporate counseling, franchise licensing and distribution, whistle blower litigation etc to their clients. He is the head of the litigation department of the firm. Chris Shella graduated from Morehouse College and The University of Texas at Austin School of Law. In the starting of his career he worked as a law clerk at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals which is the highest criminal court in the state of Texas. After then, he dealt with number of cases up and down the east coast in state and federal court. Chris Shella has practiced law in more than four states and 20 jurisdictions including the United States Supreme Court.

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With over years of experience in the field of law, these days Chris Shella focuses on the white collar litigation, general business litigation insurance defense and employment law. He has also worked as a corporate counsel to one of the largest entertainment venues at Long Island. Christopher Shella have even started writing and sharing his invaluable experience & is well known for his recent publications,  “Grinding It Out: How to Create a Six-Figure-Law Practice” and “Reasonable Facsimile” providing a lot of information for the interns and growing lawyers in the field of law. Chris Shella’s outstanding work has appeared in the USA Today, Washington Post, CNN News, Fox News and many other famous newspapers & magazines across the globe.

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