Philip H. Boudreaux, Jr. joined the firm in 2007. His primary areas of practice include Workers’ Compensation, Insurance Defense and Commercial Transactions. Aside from actual legal work, Mr. Boudreaux enjoys developing personal relationships with clients. In addition, Mr. Boudreaux finds having an MBA helpful in his daily legal practice, as he is able to apply his analytical business perspective to anticipate the fiscal effects of legal outcomes on each client and use that analysis to determine their best recourse.
- Louisiana State University, Bachelor of Science in Finance/Investments, 2002
- Louisiana State University, Masters of Business Administration, 2006
- Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Civil Law, 2007
- Lafayette Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel
- Louisiana State Bar Association Pro Bono Century Award 2014
- Lafayette Volunteer Lawyers, Outstanding Attorney Award (2010 & 2014)
- 2013 Workers’ Compensation, “What’s Trending Now” Seminar, Speaker, Course with Scope-Prominent Issues & Exceptions to the Going and Coming Rule
- Lafayette Bar Association, “2013 CLE by the Hour,” Speaker, Act 337: The Safe Harbor Provision of the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Act
Mr. Boudreaux’s interests include following LSU athletics, the New Orleans Saints and the New York Yankees. He is an avid reader and enjoys participating in intramural sports. He was a member of Kappa Alpha Order fraternity while at LSU. He and his father are currently on a mission to visit all Major League Baseball ballparks across the United States.