Attorney Roland Christensen
Passionate about helping individuals and families who have been injured
by the negligence of others, Attorney Roland Christensen has made his
mark as an aggressive advocate and compassionate representative. An industrial
injury lawyer, Roland is able to represent plaintiffs throughout the Gulf
Coast, as well as throughout the remainder of the United States. Roland
concentrates his practice on the representation of those who have been
injured in catastrophic personal injury case.
Dedicated to Personal & Professional Excellence
Roland is committed to helping his clients achieve success. His dedication
to personal excellence shines through in the outcomes of the cases he
handles. While at the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University,
Roland served as lead editor of the BYU Law Review, won the schoolwide
negotiation competition, and achieved the highest-scoring briefs in both
his legal writing and advanced appellate brief writing classes.
Additionally, Roland created a 150-page legal writing manual that was soon
implemented into the first-year writing classes at BYU law school and
served as a legal writing teaching assistant. While Roland was still in
attendance there, his comment,
Behind the Curtain of Tort Reform, was published in the BYU Law Review.
Although Roland certainly proved his academic excellence, he took pains
to establish a respectable amount of hands-on experience as well. During
his time as a law student, Roland served as a summer associate at some
of the largest, well-respected Houston law firms, worked for the Criminal
Appeals Division of the Utah Attorney General, and interned with the Southern
District of Texas for the Honorable Lee H. Rosenthal.
In 2015, Roland began his journey with Arnold & Itkin as a law clerk.
After being admitted to the Texas bar in November 2016, Roland continued
his work with the firm as a Houston personal injury attorney. In 2017,
he was admitted to the Louisiana bar.
Personal Life & Education
Although born in Bloomington, IN, Roland lived in Boston, Tokyo, London,
and Provo, UT while growing up. He graduated with a B.S. in Family Studies
after attending Brigham Young University and went on to attend the J.
Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University. He graduated
magna cum laude as one of the top 20 students in his class.
When not at work, Roland enjoys time with his wife, Chandra, and their
two children, Kade and Chloe.