Ariel K. DiGiulio
practices criminal defense and civil litigation in
both state and federal courts. She is a member of several criminal and
civil law associations and sits on the board of the Humane Society of
Louisiana. She graduated cum laude from Loyola New Orleans
School of Law, where she was named a William L. Crowe, Sr. Scholar for
graduating in the top 10% of her class. She was a member of the Loyola
Maritime Law Journal and also received Loyola's Law Excellence
Awards in Copyright Law, Sales and Leases, and Constitutional Law
Seminar. While in law school, Ariel co-founded the first student animal
law organization at Loyola Law School and has since started an Animal
Law Section of the Louisiana State Bar Association. Ms. DiGiulio also
sits on the Orleans Parish Juvenile Criminal Defense Conflict Panel.
Ariel graduated cum
laude from the University of New Orleans in Business Administration
with minors in Marketing and Management. Ms. DiGiulio has been named as
a Super Lawyers Rising Star.
Criminal Defense and Civil Litigation
2005, Louisiana; 2006,
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of
Orleans, School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2005
University of New Orleans, B.S., cum laude, 1998
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
Louisiana Association of
Criminal Defense Lawyers
American Bar Association
Louisiana State Bar Association
New Orleans Bar Association
ABA (Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section (TIPS)-Animal Law
House of Delegates, Louisiana State Bar Association - voting
member (2008 - Present)
Law Section of the Louisiana State Bar Association, (2008-present,
Society of Louisiana (2005-present);
Member, Pet Overpopulation Advisory Council (2007-2010, Governor
Orleans Parish Juvenile Conflict Panel Attorney.
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