Erlingson Banks, PLLC is pleased to announce that attorney Rachel M. Abadie has joined the firm as an Associate.
Rachel’s primary practice areas include, General Civil Litigation, Insurance Defense, Civil Rights and Public Entity Litigation, and Law Enforcement Defense.
A native of Carencro, Louisiana, Rachel earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2007 and her Juris Doctorate and Graduate Diploma of Civil Law from the Louisiana State Un..
Erlingson Banks attorney Mary Colvin (http://www.erlingsonbanks.com/attorneys/mary-colvin) was recently selected to participate in the John W. Barton Community Leadership Development Program. The Barton Program (http://www.forum35.org/page/barton) is hosted by Forum 35 and administered by LSU Executive Education. The program trains up to 30 young emerging leaders in nonprofit governance and matches them with local nonprofit organizations to serve on their board of directors. For more infor..
The Epilepsy Foundation of Louisiana hosted its annual 5k and 1-mile fun run, Seize the Day, at the LSU Old Front Nine on April 2, 2016. This event hosted over 1,600 participants and raised more than $80,000.00. The money raised from the events allows the foundation to educate schools, corporations, and government entities, provide services to those living with epilepsy, and help raise public awareness. Erlingson Banks participated in Seize the Day in support of Molly Johnston, who ..