Louisiana Super Lawyers Articles

Romero & Romero

‘Happy to Hear From Mr. Lee’

Business and insurance lawyer Wayne Lee is professional and humble

Featuring Wayne J. Lee

Romero & Romero

The Need of the Moment

Elder law and estate planning attorney Carole Cukell Neff on good pro bono work and bad actors

Featuring Carole Cukell Neff

Will Crocker

If the Robe Fits …

Lynn Luker returned to her business litigation and civil litigation defense practice in January after a six-month appointment to the Orleans Parish Civil District Court. We spoke with her in the middle of her judicial stint

Featuring Lynn Luker

Romero & Romero

Rock Solid

Coastal litigation, airplane rescues and J. Rock Palermo III

Featuring J. Rock Palermo, III

Will Crocker

From Clover Grill to the Courthouse

PI attorney Darleen M. Jacobs flipped burgers before she filed cases

Featuring Darleen M. Jacobs

Will Crocker

Fowler Libre

International lawyer George J. Fowler III of Fowler Rodriguez speaks freely on Fidel Castro, maritime disasters and intestinal fortitude

Featuring George J. Fowler, III

Will Crocker

The Unflinching Advocate

Business litigator Nancy Scott Degan plays hard and by the rules

Featuring Nancy Scott Degan

Will Crocker

Fundamental Fairness

Trey McCowan of Kean Miller in Baton Rouge speaks on the role of the judicial system after natural disasters, the quality of Louisiana’s environmental litigators and working to improve the quality of representation for post-conviction cases.

Featuring Charles S. (Trey) McCowan, III

George Long

Legal Knight

Trial lawyer Russ M. Herman battles pharmaceutical companies and Big Tobacco

Featuring Russ M. Herman

George Long

The Problem Solver

Former IRS attorney Jaye A. Calhoun of McGlinchey Stafford on how tax law can be a bit like the Wild West or Nintendo

Featuring Jaye A. Calhoun

Font of Wisdom

Mike Fontham has saved Louisiana consumers more than a billion dollars

Featuring Michael R. Fontham

It’s Good to be King

Full-time med mal defense attorney and part-time royalty, Marc Judice represents doctors with pride

Featuring Marc W. Judice

A Sweat-Equity Kind of Job

New Orleans attorney James M. Williams hates to lose and will outwork you to make sure he doesn’t

Featuring James M. Williams

Ethics, Dignity and Judy Barrasso

The Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver attorney speaks on the importance of details and why she’s been in trial so often in the past five years

Featuring Judy Y. Barrasso

The Baroness of Bankruptcy

Jan Hayden has confirmed bankruptcy plans for casinos, oil companies—and an alligator farm

Featuring Jan M. Hayden

Cliff Notes

Cliff Rankin deftly handles the Shaw Group’s legal dealings 

 

Tongue of Fire

Johnny deGravelles on PI law, rock ‘n' roll and who gets to be Shadrach

 

Bringing New Orleans Back

Kim Boyle defends her clients—and her hometown

Featuring Kim M. Boyle

The Fine Line Between Mercy and Murder

Rick Simmons defends a doctor accused of post-Katrina ‘mercy killings'

Featuring Richard (Rick) T. Simmons, Jr.

Look, Up in the Sky!

A bird? Superman? No, it's a plane flown by Daniel Rester

 

Head Above Water

John Morton's life with Parkinson's and in the pool

Featuring John Morton

The Lawyer as Surgeon

Phillip Wittmann’s unshakeable poise and precise trial moves win cases for his big-business clients

Featuring Phillip A. Wittmann

The Born Communicator

From picking cotton to tackling some of the nation’s toughest class action suits, W. James Singleton isn’t afraid of hard work. And he’s never at a loss for words

Featuring Willie James Singleton

The Life Aquatic

Is your oil rig on its way to Davy Jones’ locker? Call Donald Abaunza

Featuring Donald R. Abaunza

Quitters Never Win, But Sometimes Winners Quit

Nancy Marshall turns New Orleans politics on its head

Featuring Nancy J. Marshall

The Empty Chair

How Robert Glass helped save an innocent man from death row

Featuring Robert S. Glass

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