Christian Sauce Law Firm, LLC is based in Gretna, Louisiana, serving the hispanic community in personal injury, immigration, family, and criminal matters.
Christian Sauce is native from Caracas, Venezuela. He moved to New Orleans, Louisiana in 2006, when he came to study a Master in Law (LL.M.) at Tulane University School of Law, where he graduated with distinction. Mr. Sauce is a bilingual attorney, who practices law in the areas of personal injury, immigration, family, and criminal defense.
Mr. Sauce has over 15 years of experience. During his career, he has been involved in multiple hearings and trials representing clients.
On September 2016, Mr. Sauce decided to open his own law firm to help the hispanic community in Louisiana. Since then, Mr. Sauce has been very active providing legal services with honesty and respect.
Mr. Sauce’s office is located in Gretna, Louisiana (two blocks from the courthouse).
· LL.M., Tulane University School of Law, 2007, Admiralty Law (graduating with distinction)
· Master, Universidad Marítima del Caribe, 2005, Maritime Transportation
· J.D., Universidad Santa María, 2000
BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS
· Venezuela, 2000
· Louisiana State Bar, 2011
· Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana, 2011
· U.S. Court of Appeal for the Fifth Circuit, 2011
· U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana, 2012
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES
· Member of the American Immigration Lawyer Association
· Louisiana State Bar Association
· Member Associate of the Maritime Law Association of the United States.
· Past member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Louisiana Board of Directors
· Co-Author: “United States of America,” Enforcement of Judgments, Awards & Deeds in Commercial Matters (European Lawyer Series, First Edition 2013)
· Editor: Benedict on Admiralty, Chapter IX, Vol. 3 “Marine Oil Pollution” (2007–2013)
· Editor: Tulane University School of Law Textbook entitled “Admiralty: Limitation of Liability – Cases and Materials” (2007–2013)
· Editor: Tulane University School of Law Textbook entitled “Admiralty: The Law of Collision – Cases and Materials” (2007–2013)