In an effort to help Lafayette Bar Association members and their staff who have suffered in the floods, we are working in conjunction with the SOLACE program to distribute small monetary grants to those in need of assistance through the generosity of contributions.

If you have been affected by the flooding, please click the link below and return the application to or deliver to the Lafayette Bar Association office. Please direct any questions or pledges to

If any attorneys have suffered flood damage to their offices, the State Bar would like to offer assistance. Please direct all requests to the above email and we will forward to the State Bar.


Upcoming Events


  • Extension of Deadline to Apply for LBA Board Seat

    • Thursday, September 15, 2016
    • LBA

    In light of the recent flooding, we have extended the deadline to submit applications for service as a member of Lafayette Bar Association Board of Directors until September 30, 2016. Board seats are for three year terms.  Service as a member of the Board of Directors would include monthly meetings and additional service in connection with the LBA committees or events.  We are looking for members with talent, energy and a willingness to serve the profession and the community.  Click here to download an application for a Board seat.   Click here to download a reply form to serve on a committee. Thank you very much for considering service with the Lafayette Bar Association.    Sincerely, Melissa L. Theriot President-Elect

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  • LASC Candidate Forum Announced

    • Wednesday, August 24, 2016
    • LBA

    Please join fellow members of the Lafayette Bar Association at the Petroleum Club on Friday, September 30th for a candidate forum.   The Honorable Marilyn Castle 15th Judicial District Court The Honorable Jimmy Genovese 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal    

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  • Your Honor: Judge Michelle Breaux's Interview in The Promulgator

    • Tuesday, August 16, 2016
    • LBA

    Judge Michelle Meaux Breaux was elected to the 15th Judicial District Court, Division E, in 2014. She is a Lafayette Parish native, having graduated from Acadiana High School, the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette), and the Southern University Law Center.

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The Promulgator: April 2016


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