L. Christopher Rose, Partner
L. Christopher Rose is a partner with Jolley Urga Woodbury & Little. Mr. Rose specializes in areas such as commercial litigation, real estate litigation, corporate law and litigation, restrictive covenants and non-compete agreements, mechanic’s liens, and appellate law.
Mr. Rose holds extensive experience practicing in state and federal courts. His expertise further extends to arbitrations (e.g., American Arbitration Association and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) as well as various governmental administrative hearings. Whether representing large national companies, small business owners or individuals, Mr. Rose adheres to the philosophy that, as professionals and advisors, attorneys provide the greatest benefit to their clients by achieving great results and creating successful resolutions while balancing the economic realities of each client’s particular needs and circumstances.
In March 2008, Mr. Rose accepted an invitation to serve as faculty for the Deposition Program of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA). Since then, he has worked closely with judges and other experienced attorneys from across the nation in teaching and training lawyers in deposition, trial and litigation skills.
When away from the office, Mr. Rose enjoys spending time with his wife and their children, three sons and a daughter.
- Commercial and Civil Litigation
- Real Estate Transactions and Litigation
- University of Idaho College of Law (Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, 2000)
- Recipient, Faculty Award for Recognition for Outstanding Academic Achievement
- Symposium Edition Editor, Idaho Law Review (1999-2000)
- Editor of the Year, Idaho Law Review (1999-2000)
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Bachelor of Arts, 1997)
Awards and Recognitions:
- Southern Nevada’s Top Attorneys in Nevada Business Magazine’s Legal Elite (2013 and 2015)
- Super Lawyers (2012 – 2015)
- American Bar Association
- The State Bar of Nevada
- Clark County Bar Association
- “Nevada’s Court Annexed Arbitration Program: A Solution to Some of the Causes of Dissatisfaction With the Civil Justice System,” 36 IDAHO L. REV. 171 (1999)