2019 Profiles in Professionalism CLE Speaker Materials
Part of 2019 Fall Conference
September 13, 2019
Windsor Court Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Work at the Supreme Court
Bernette J. Johnson; Chief Justice, Louisiana Supreme Court; New Orleans
Non-Traditional Journey/Approach to the Bench
Jane M. Triche Milazzo; Judge, U.S. District Court Eastern District of LA; New Orleans
Anatomy of a Path to the Bench: From Law Clerk to Private Practice to the Bench
Tiffany G. Chase; Judge, 4th Circuit Court of Appeal; New Orleans
Engaging With Your Legislator: Your Advocacy for Trial Lawyers
Katrina R. Jackson; Senator-Elect for District 34; Katrina R. Jackson,LLC; Monroe
Preserving the Integrity and Independence of the Judiciary, What's Our Role
Madeleine M. Landrieu; Dean, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law; New Orleans
Trying Something New — Transition to a Different Type of Practice
Jennifer Ann Jones; District Attorney, 38th Judicial District; Cameron
Leading in High Heels in a Suit and Tie World
Dawn M. Barrios; Attorney, Barrios, Kingsdorf & Casteix, L.L.P.; New Orleans
How Being a Safety Advocate Outside of My Practice Makes Me a Better Advocate for My Clients
Maria B. Glorioso; Attorney, The Glorioso Law Firm; Metairie
Making Your Way in Modern Environmental Litigation
Ashley M. Liuzza; Attorney, Stag Liuzza, LLC; New Orleans
Niche Practice in Sexual Abuse Cases
Kristi S. Schubert; Attorney, Lamothe Law Firm, LLC; New Orleans
Programs are scheduled months in advance. Because trial schedules may vary, program is subject to change.