“Not only do I have a natural ability to read people – a skill that serves me well as a litigator– I also have a strong knack for diligence, leading me to always go the extra mile for my clients. My appreciation for research drives me to constantly seek more answers, leaving no stone unturned. As pieces are constantly shifting during any case, my approach is always to take a step back, think strategically, and ensure my team and clients are equipped with the resources and information needed for the best possible outcomes.”
Nena is a litigator practicing in the firm’s Baton Rouge office. She handles an array of civil litigation matters as both plaintiff and defense counsel, representing clients in many sectors. Her diverse commercial litigation practice includes experience in personal injury, wrongful death, general contractual disputes, property damage, toxic tort litigation, environmental litigation and coastal land loss issues.
Nena received her Juris Doctor and Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law, magna cum laude, from Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where she served as the Articles Editor for the Louisiana Law Review, 3L Class Representative, and as an LSU Law Student Ambassador. Nena was also a recipient of the Paul M. Hebert Scholar Award.