Cameron Robichaux is a Mandeville native who graduated from St. Paul's School in 2013. He completed his B.S. in Psychology from Louisiana State University where, during his time there, he was a member of the Track and Field Team, all SEC pole vaulter, and letter award winner.
After graduating from LSU, Cameron attended the Loyola University College of Law where he studied civil law and was also the Substance and Citation Editor for the Loyola Maritime Law Journal. Cameron was the recipient of multiple academic excellence awards for the highest grade in various subject matters. During his time at Loyola, Cameron worked for both State and Federal Judges as well as professors and research institutes focusing on State, Federal and International Law.
Cameron is admitted to practice in all the courts of Louisiana and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
Areas of Practice: - General Civil Litigation - Medical Malpractice Defense - Corporate and Business Litigation - Family Law - Personal Injury - Defense of Public Entities/Political Subdivisions