Beyond Katrina

Five years later, New Orleans lawyers are finding their way.

, The National Law Journal

Thousands of New Orleans attorneys saw their professions upended when the levees broke after Hurricane Katrina hit on Aug. 29, 2005, and flooded the city. In January 2006, the NLJ interviewed several New Orleans lawyers who were piecing together their practices. Nearly five years later, those attorneys maintain a powerful devotion to New Orleans — a place that keeps reminding them that uncertainty is the only sure thing.

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