Director, Gaming Division, Louisiana Office of Attorney General
CHRISTOPHER B. HEBERT, an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Louisiana for 15 years, is the Director of the Gaming Division. Prior to being appointed Director, he served as Section Chief of the Litigation and Adjudications Section. Hebert earned his bachelor's degree from Louisiana State University and his law degree from Southern University Law Center, where he was honored as Alumnus of the Year in 2015. He has been a speaker on various legal topics, including Gaming Law and Administrative Law. Hebert created and has co-presented a CLE entitled, "The Nuts and Bolts of Gaming Law" in Las Vegas, Nevada and New Orleans, Louisiana. He was instrumental in creating the Problem Gambling Resource Services (PGRS) program, which was led by the Louisiana Department of Justice, Gaming Division, in partnership with the Louisiana Department of Health, Office of Behavioral Health, to bring awareness to the legal community about problem gambling and the FREE gambling treatment services available for all Louisiana residents. He is a current member of the International Masters of Gaming Law and the Council of the Louisiana Law Institute. He is also a member of the Board of Governors for the National Bar Association and has been featured in a number of publications, including "Around the Bar" Baton Rouge Bar Association, and Louisiana State Bar Association Journal.