Christian “Chip” Pryor Hebert


Christian “Chip” Hebert-Pryor is an Associate at Ricci Partners, LLC. Chip earned his Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Religion and Philosophy minoring in Public Interest and Rhetoric from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. While earning his BA, Chip was a Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University, Charles E. Koch Research Fellow, Truman Scholar Finalist, and White House Intern during the Obama Administration. Undoubtedly, these experiences fueled his passion for service and law.  Chip earned a Juris Doctorate (JD) from Southern University Law Center. While earning his J.D., Chip worked as Legislative Aide for two State Senators and served as a Law Clerk with Southern University System’s General Counsel Office and Dillard University’s General Counsel Office. Academically, Chip was named a Senior Editor for the Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty and earned selection to Moot Court.  Prior to joining Ricci Partners, Chip served as an Assistant District Attorney (ADA) in both Orleans Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish. Chip is the first ADA in Orleans Parish to receive a felony conviction from a unanimous jury; following the Supreme Court ruling of non-unanimous jury conviction being unconstitutional. In approximately two years as an ADA in Orleans Parish, Chip tried over 35 criminal cases at trial and never loss a jury trial.  He then transitioned to the East Baton Rouge District Attorney’s Office, where he served as a Senior Felony ADA; during his tenure, Chip focused solely on capital offense such as sex crimes and homicides – granting him more invaluable litigation experience as a trial attorney for the State. Chip enjoys rooting for the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans. Nevertheless, Chip enjoys few things more than eating sweets and traveling with Lauren.