Lawyer McGlinchey Selected for Louisiana State Bar Association Leadership

NEW ORLEANS – McGlinchey Stafford announced that Farren lorraIdo Davis was selected as one of 15 young lawyers from across the state for the Louisiana State Bar Ascompany Class 2021/2022.

The LSBA Leadership program provides young lawyers with exposure to how the LSBA works as well as important issues facing the association and the legal sector. The program was created in 2002 through the efforts of then-LSBA president Larry Feldman, a McGlinchey member who retired in 2021.

“Farren is a tremendous lawyer who is poised to have a successful career in law and be a leader in our community,” said Mag Bickford, Managing Member of McGlinchey’s New Orleans office. “At McGlinchey, we are very proud to call him colleague and member of the McGlinchey family. We congratulate her on this well-deserved recognition of her leadership and talents.

A litigator in McGlinchey’s New Orleans office, Farren supports the firm’s clients in education, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing and transportation. She maintains a diverse litigation practice in Louisiana, defending clients in product liability, medical malpractice and asbestos, and toxic torts claims. His practice also encompasses aviation and aerospace matters, personal injury defense, and work and employment.

“It is truly an honor to be selected for inclusion in the 2021/2022 LSBA Leadership Class,” said Farren. “I look forward to working alongside my colleagues to develop a new generation of leaders in the legal profession. ”

Earlier this year, Farren was recognized by the National Black Lawyers in his “Top 40 under 40”. She graduated with Distinction from the Southern University Law Center in 2019 and received her BA from Louisiana State University in 2015.

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