As a young litigator, Cavett Feazel is proving to be an intelligent, aggressive and capable advocate for the firm’s clients. Cavett has successfully assumed responsibility for handling cases in all areas of the firm’s litigation practice, including primary responsibility for ongoing discovery, motion practice, hearings, mediations and communications with counsel and clients.
In 2019, Cavett graduated from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 2019 with his J.D. and D.C.L. He spent a summer in Washington D.C. studying constitutional law and the economics of law at the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School. While at LSU, he participated in moot court, was an editor and columnist for The Civilian, served two years as the treasurer for the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and was a constitutional law tutor for Professor Paul R. Baier. Cavett was also the recipient of the CALI award in constitutional law II (i.e., personal rights and civil liberties). He graduated from Centenary College of Louisiana in 2015 with a B.S. and a concentration in accounting. He grew up competitively swimming for the City of Shreveport Swim Team and continued his swimming career at Centenary.
After graduating from LSU, Cavett returned home to clerk at the First Judicial District Court for Judge Craig Marcotte and Judge Brady O’Callaghan. He joined the firm in 2020 after his clerkship. Cavett is admitted to the Western District of Louisiana.