Liskow & Lewis is pleased to announce four attorneys have joined the firm.
Lance Bullock is a member of the firm’s Maritime, Oilfield, and Insurance practice group in the New Orleans office. Prior to joining the firm, Lance served as a police officer for the Kenner Police Department and the Loyola University Police Department. He also served the U.S. Attorney’s Office of the Eastern District of Louisiana as a volunteer law clerk. Lance earned his Juris Doctor from Loyola University of New Orleans College of Law.
Chelsea Fitzgerald is a business lawyer in the firm’s New Orleans office. She has experience in real estate, public finance transactions, commercial lending, non-profit tax matters, and Fair Housing defense. Prior to joining the firm, Chelsea was an associate at the Nashville office of a DC- based law firm focused on commercial real estate, public housing authority representation, and affordable housing development. Chelsea previously served as a public service fellow at Southeast Louisiana Legal Services in New Orleans representing low-income clients with housing legal issues, including defending clients in eviction proceedings, preserving clients’ subsidized housing, advocating for clients’ rights, and mediating landlord-tenant conflicts.
Rebecca Guidry is an energy litigator practicing in the firm’s Lafayette office. Prior to joining the firm, Rebecca served as a federal judicial law clerk to the Honorable Judge L. Scott Coogler of the United States District Court of Northern Alabama. Rebecca received her Juris Doctor from Cumberland School of Law, Samford University.
Hayley Landry is a member of the firm’s Energy Litigation practice group in the New Orleans office. Prior to joining the firm, Hayley served as a student attorney at the Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice where she represented clients in various employment litigation matters under the supervision of an experienced attorney. She also served as the Lawyer Referral Service Coordinator and Special Projects Coordinator for the New Orleans Bar Association. Hayley received her Master of Science in Applied Criminology from Texas A&M Commerce before receiving her Juris Doctor from Loyola University College of Law.