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ROBERT ANGELLE is a sole-practitioner in Metairie. Mr. Angelle has been practicing for more than 38 years and has a general civil trial practice in state and federal courts. His practice areas include personal injury law, negligence and insurance law. Mr. Angelle earned his B.S. and J.D. degrees from Louisiana State University. He was admitted to practice to the state of Louisiana in 1979.
JEREMY EPSTEIN is the owner of Jeremy Epstein Law, LLC, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Mr. Epstein practices family law and personal injury throughout South Louisiana. He is admitted to practice in Louisiana and Texas, as well as before the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Epstein was a member of the 2014 Louisiana State Bar Association's Leadership Class. He is a member of the American Bar Association (Young Lawyers Division and is currently the co-chair of the Small, Solo & General Practice Committee) and the Louisiana State Bar Association (Public Information and Law Related Education committees). He earned his B.S.M. degree from Tulane University and his J.D. degree from Tulane University Law School.
CHRISTOPHER W. KAUL is an attorney with Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons, LLP. Mr. Kaul is experienced in the areas of insurance defense, premises liability, products liability, securities litigation, corporate governance and shareholder derivative litigation. His work includes, but is not limited to, defending catastrophic personal injury claims involving elevator accidents and FEMA trailer explosions, accident-related fraud claims, and other matters related to premises liability, wrongful eviction, and products liability. Mr. Kaul is a certified information privacy professional and has advised clients on developing and implementing privacy, data and information security policies. He is a member of the Louisiana State, American, and Federal bar associations; and the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Mr. Kaul earned his B.A. degree from Wayne State University and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law.
RICHARD K. LEEFE is a founder and senior partner of the Metairie law firm of Leefe, Gibbs, Sullivan & Dupré, LLC. Since 1974, Mr. Leefe has practiced in the areas of commercial litigation and maritime law. Mr. Leefe has served as an adjunct professor for Loyola College of Law for more than 26 years, and has taught law school courses in evidence, negotiable instruments, and legal research and writing. He also taught American law to Chinese law students in Wuhan, China in 2002. He earned his B.A. degree from Louisiana State University; an L.L.M. degree from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland; and his J.D. degree from Loyola College of Law. Mr. Leefe was elected the 73rd president of the Louisiana State Bar Association and served the 2013-14 term. He is the author of major legal treatises, including: Louisiana Code of Evidence, Practice Guide, 1st Edition 1990, 2nd Edition 1998 and 3rd Edition 2005 (Lexis Law Publishers).
TRACY D. OWENS is a litigation paralegal with the Louisiana State Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General. Ms. Owens has more than 24 years of legal experience, with 19 of those years employed with the Louisiana Department of Justice Attorney General’s office as a litigation paralegal. Additionally, she was an adjunct instructor and created a computer application course for the UNO’s Paralegal program, and taught paralegal courses for the LSU’s Paralegal Program. A component of that program included the unauthorized practice of law. Ms. Owens also received a certificate for completion of the notary course from LSU. Currently, she is a member of the Baton Rouge Paralegal Association, serving as the outgoing secretary; and the Louisiana State Paralegal Association and served as the Scholarship Committee chairman. Ms. Owens earned her B.A. degree and paralegal certificate from the University of New Orleans. She is a former UNO ambassador and served on the Student Government Association. Ms. Owens also attended UNO’s MBA program and obtained a private investigation certificate.