Andrew Jacoby has practiced law since 2008. He graduated from University of Texas at Austin in 1999 and Tulane Law School in 2008. At Tulane, Mr. Jacoby worked as a student attorney for Tulane's Environmental Law Clinic and earned a certification in environmental law. He also won the Brian P. McSherry Award for the graduating student demonstrating the greatest dedication to community service. 

After working for the State of Texas on water law issues, he came back to Louisiana to work as a litigator, primarily helping landowners and homeowners assert their rights. He has worked on oilfield contamination cases, coastal erosion cases, sewage contamination cases, tree damage cases, historic preservation cases, leaking underground storage tank cases ("LUST" cases), solar power cases, personal injury cases, land-use and zoning cases, federal environmental law cases (Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, RCRA, NEPA, etc.), and a long line of other work. Mr. Jacoby volunteers for the GreenARMY and the Center for Human-Environmental Research, among other volunteer efforts.

Mr. Jacoby will take the time to squarely address your legal concerns whether your questions are big or small.

Mr. Jacoby is licensed to practice in Louisiana.