Bryan & Jupiter New Orleans Law Firm
TREVOR G. BRYAN In 1976, he founded the Firm with William J. Jefferson. Works on creditor/debtor rights, professional liability, health law, construction contract law, constitutional law, election law, commercial litigation, environmental law, school law, products liability and personal injury and appellate practice. He has been active in local bar association activities, having served as President of the Louis A. Martinet Legal Society of New Orleans (1977-1979); member of the Board of Governors of the Louisiana Trial Lawyers Association of Louisiana; and the Louisiana Lawyer Disciplinary Board. In 1991, the Louisiana Supreme Court appointed Mr. Bryan to serve as Judge Pro Tempore on the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal. was born in Kingston, Jamaica, WI, and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He served on the faculty of the Tulane University Law School trial advocacy clinic. New Orleans Civil Service Commission and as a member of the Louisiana State Mineral Board, which oversees the leasing of state lands for oil and gas production. In recognition of his service on the Civil Service Commission, he received the Monte Lehman Award from the Civil Service League. Mr. Bryan has held the positions of Secretary-Treasurer of the Chamber of Commerce for New Orleans and the River Region, Senior Warden of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, member of the Louisiana Nature Center Board, the Children's Museum Board, Big Brothers, and the D-Day Museum Board. CLARE JUPITER was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Clare works on educational/school law, and tort defense litigation.She is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Louis A. Martinet Legal Society, and has served on the House of Delegates of the Louisiana State Bar Association; the New Orleans Board of City Trusts; the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation, which sponsors the annual New Orleans Jazz Festival; the Executive Committee of the Metropolitan Area Committee; the Board of Directors of Covenant House of New Orleans; and the Board of Directors of WWOZ, a community radio station. She currently serves on the Louisiana State Bar Association Committee on the Rules of Professional Conduct.
Since: Jan 09
Trevor Bryan helped me out many times. Good lawyer, knows his stuff and a lot of judges.
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