This web site should not be considered legal advice.  This firm can only give legal advice to its clients.  To become a client of this firm please contact the firm as described in the contact us section of this website.

Board certification is not a requirement to practice law in Louisiana.  Every attorney licensed to practice by the Supreme Court of Louisiana is authorized to practice in all State Courts, City Courts, Magistrate Courts, District Courts, Appellate Courts, and the Supreme Court of Louisiana.

If an attorney wishes to specialize in a particular area of law and, if certification is offered in that practice area, he/she may apply for such certification by meeting the specific training and experience requirement.

Specialty fields are:  Business and/or Consumer Bankruptcy, Estate Planning and Administration, Family Law, and Tax Law.

Other practice areas do not offer certification.

Federal Courts have their own bars and an attorney licensed to practice in State Courts may apply to practice in these Federal Courts.  Louisiana is divided into three district courts:  Western, Middle, and Eastern.  Appeals from all of these districts are to the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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