The National Bar Association Selects Dana M. Douglas as Recipient of the Women Lawyers Division Outstanding Minority Partner in Majority Firm Award


Liskow & Lewis is pleased to announce Dana M. Douglas has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 National Bar Association Women Lawyers Division Outstanding Minority Partner in Majority Firm Award. Dana will be recognized at the National Bar Association’s 2018 Awards Breakfast on July 31, 2018.

Dana is being recognized for her many achievements within her firm, community, and the civic and professional organizations in which she is involved. Her commitment and leadership skills are apparent through the positions that she holds. Dana is the President of the New Orleans Bar Association. She is also a Charter and Founding Member of the Louisiana Chapter of the Women’s Energy Network, Past President of the Greater New Orleans Louis A. Martinet Society, and she served as Chair of the 2017 Annual Justice For All Ball.  Dana was recently selected as a “Women of the Year” honoree by New Orleans CityBusiness.

Dana’s service to the community has been formally recognized by many, including the Louisiana State Bar Association (“LSBA”) and the Federal Bar Association. In 2008, Dana was presented with the Louisiana State Bar Association’s President’s Award.  In 2016, she was presented the Federal Bar Association Camille Gavel Award, and in 2014, she received the LSBA Crystal Gavel Award. She was also a recipient of the 2017 Gillis Long Public Service Award from Loyola University School of Law. These recognitions speak to the difference Dana makes in the community. She is dedicated to diversity and inclusion in the practice of law and cites the importance of diversity across all spectrums in the field. Within Liskow & Lewis, Dana serves on the Diversity Committee and is head of the Paralegal Committee.

Dana received her Juris Doctor from Loyola University College of Law in New Orleans. She focuses her practice at Liskow & Lewis on energy, products liability, and intellectual property litigation in the state and federal courts of Louisiana and across a wide variety of industry sectors.