Chris White began working in the music industry when he was 19 years old as an intern for a local radio station in San Diego. He then moved to Los Angeles to attend California State University, Northridge where he majored in Cinema and Television Arts and held several internships focused on music licensing for television. Chris graduated with his bachelor’s degree in 2010, and spent several years working in music rights administration and running his own band management company.
In 2013, Chris began attending Southwestern Law School and focused his studies on music, entertainment, and intellectual property. Chris was a board member of Southwestern’s Negotiation Honors Program, Co-President of the school’s Music Law Society and a staff member of the Southwestern Law Review. While attending Southwestern, Chris worked for two music law firms, in-house for a music publishing company and in the music legal department of a major movie studio.
In 2016, Chris graduated cum laude from Southwestern Law School and was admitted to the State Bar of California later that year. Chris briefly ran his own music law practice before joining Ramo Law in March of 2017. Chris and Ramo Law joined forces to provide comprehensive legal representation to recording artists, songwriters, music producers and music industry professionals in the way that Ramo Law has for film and television producers over the past 15 years.