Lindsey M. Ladouceur
Commercial Litigation; Family Law; General Civil Litigation; Mediation; Legal Ethics and Malpractice
Admitted: 1989, Louisiana and U.S. District Court, Eastern and Middle Districts of Louisiana; 1997, U.S. Supreme Court
Law School: 1989, Loyola University – New Orleans, J.D., magna cum laude.
Member: 22nd Judicial District Court, Louisiana, U.S. Supreme Court, and American Bar Associations
Biography: Board of Directors, The Pro Bono Project (1994-2004; 2014 – Present); Gillis Long Public Service Award, Loyola Poverty Law Center, 2000. Recipient: Volunteer Lawyer of the Year, The Pro Bono Project, 1993, 1999. Co-Author: “Tax and Other Aspects of Marriage and Divorce (A Louisiana Perspective)”, Continuing Education Publishers. Professional Liability Loss Prevention Counsel, Gilsbar, Inc. Qualified Divorce Mediator; Qualified Civil Mediator; Probation Monitor for the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board. Chair, The Pro Bono Project, 2002. Board Certified Family Law Specialist, Louisiana Board of Legal Specialization (1996-present).