New Orleans is a unique place to practice law.  Louisiana’s legal system is founded on Napoleonic codal law, dating to the period of French ownership of the Louisiana Territory.  New Orleans remains an important port city and maritime law is integral to the city’s and region’s economy.  For all its draw as a tourist destination, New Orleans is also a great place to live and raise a family, as well as practice law.

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett is always looking for attorneys to grow with our firm.  To begin a career with us, you should be a talented, motivated person with an excellent academic background, proven skills, and a record of achievement.  We are committed to the successful representation of our clients and want to work with attorneys who share that commitment.

Once you begin working with us, we believe in your continued training and development.  You will work with several attorneys to learn different methods of practice and learn to establish your own identity in your practice.  You will have direct access to clients, both to build their confidence in your skills and to allow you to learn the skills necessary to develop clients and satisfy clients’ needs.

You will attend substantive continuing education programs to keep your knowledge of the law current.  We also meet weekly with all attorneys to discuss current events, caseloads, and other firm matters.

We believe in compensating our attorneys competitively, based on merit and annual production.  We offer full benefits to our attorneys as well, and can discuss the details of compensation with suitable candidates.

If you are interested in pursuing a career with our firm, please forward your cover letter, resume and law school transcript to:

Mouledoux, Bland, Legrand & Brackett, L.L.C.
Attention: Recruiting
701 Poydras Street, Suite 4250
New Orleans, Louisiana 70139-4250

Cover letters, resumes and law school transcripts can also be forwarded electronically to