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Commercial Litigation, Construction Law & Litigation, Contracts, Collections, Insurance Subrogation, Local Government & Municipal Law, Real Estate Closings, and Real Estate Litigation
About Christian Lunghi
Before pursuing higher education, Christian held the position of foreman at a construction company, where he gained valuable insights into the daily routines and practices of Anderson Jones’ clients in the construction industry. Prior to joining Anderson Jones, Christian also worked in state and local government offices, a criminal defense firm, the Durham City Attorney’s Office, and North Carolina State University. He also contributed his time as a youth mentor for the non-profit organization Journeymen Triangle.
Within the legal community, Christian demonstrated exceptional leadership and excellence. As Articles Editor for the Campbell Law Review, he showcased his aptitude for legal scholarship. Moreover, he served as a judge on the Campbell Law Honor Court for two terms and held the position of Vice President for Law Students Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.
Christian’s advocacy skills were put to the test as a member of the Campbell Law Mock Trial team, where he earned accolades for his outstanding performance. He secured first place in the Estrella National Mock Trial Competition and was awarded the Best Oral Advocate Award in the Kilpatrick Townsend Mock Trial Competition, further cementing his reputation as a formidable legal practitioner. As a result, Christian was awarded the Order of Old Kivett for exemplary representation in advocacy competitions while maintaining the highest ethical standards.
Christian loves hiking the Appalachian mountains, fly fishing, biking, and staying well-informed about the latest developments in science and technology.
- North Carolina State University, 2019
- Summa Cum Laude
- Deans List
- Campbell University School of Law, 2023
- Cum Laude
- Order of Old Kivett Award
- Campbell Law Review Outstanding Achievement Award
- Book Award: Pretrial Litigation
- Book Award: Civil Remedies
- North Carolina
- Tenth Judicial District