“I believe clients expect and deserve the highest degree of responsiveness and attention to detail. The work we do demands this; and I strive to exceed expectations.”
Hunter Chauvin assists major energy companies in environmental litigation, with a concentration on legacy lawsuits and coastal land loss issues. He has worked with experts across the globe to defend environmental lawsuits, which has allowed him to develop a deep working knowledge of the complex scientific issues underpinning these cases. He has been entrusted to represent clients in major bellwether environmental cases. Hunter’s practice also includes working with regulators at the department of natural resources and other agencies on behalf of energy companies to resolve regulatory disputes.
Regularly working with in-house counsel, Hunter has handled commercial disputes for energy companies related to wells from New Mexico through Texas into Louisiana.
Hunter teaches Trial Advocacy for LSU’s Paul M. Hebert law school. With a strong commitment and interest in supporting education, he is thrilled to have been selected by the Baton Rouge Alliance for Students as a ChangeMAKER. Hunter envisions leveraging his legal background to help advocate for equitable access to education for every student in the community.
LSU Law Trial Advocacy Program – Faculty Member