Christopher Namba is a associate at the firm. He earned his B.A., summa cum laude, in Economics with a Minor in Art History from New York University and his J.D. from Harvard Law School where he served on the Committee on Sports & Entertainment Law as Vice President of Entertainment Programming.
The Orange County native previously worked as an associate at a global law firm where he represented motion picture studios, production and distribution companies and other industry clients in entertainment-specific mergers and acquisitions; corporate finance transactions and company restructurings. As a summer associate he worked on transactional matters in corporate and film financing, conducted research in connection with cross-ownership in major sports leagues; and analyzed waterfall models for motion pictures.
At New York University he was a Learning Assistant at the University Learning Center where he tutored undergraduate students in economics and writing coursework and counseled students in study skills, time management and long-term academic planning.
Christopher brings the same dedication to his legal work to his extracurricular activities. He is passionate about live music, art museums and outdoor recreation and often doubles as ‘resident concierge’ of all things Los Angeles for his family and friends.