“As a New Orleans native and Energy Litigation attorney at Liskow, I am especially familiar with the unique position this city holds with respect to the energy industry. My work has allowed me to build strong relationships with energy clients, and I regularly keep up with and enjoy writing on topics covering the energy industry, including developments in wind and solar energy, in the Gulf of Mexico region.”
Cristian Soler is a litigator who handles various matters that affect the energy industry including legacy litigation, coastal land loss, land contamination matters, and complex downhole operations suits. He regularly keeps up with and writes on developments related to the renewable energy sphere, including wind and solar energy. Aside from his environmental practice, Cristian is always seeking new challenges in the form of pro bono and general litigation matters. Other notable experience includes immersive trial preparation, motion practice, and direct examination of witnesses in federal court.
Prior to joining the firm, Cristian served as a judicial extern to U.S. Magistrate Judge Richard Bourgeois of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana. He also served as a law clerk at the Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office.
Cristian received his Juris Doctor and Degree in Comparative Law, cum laude, from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University.