Marshall Perkins aggressively and intelligently represents clients in complex litigation, with much of his time devoted to defending municipalites, law enforcement agencies, and public utilities. He is also a licensed Title Insurance Agent and maintains a substantial practice in the area of commercial real estate.
Marshall has extensive experience and expertise in federal district court and appellate practice, particularly with civil rights and employment litigation. He is admitted to practice in several federal courts, including the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal and the United States Supreme Court.
Marshall obtained his B.A. in political science with a minor in French from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge in 2007 and his Juris Doctorate/D.C.L. cum laude from LSU in 2013. During his time at LSU, Perkins served on the editorial board of the Louisiana Law Review as executive senior editor.
Upon receiving his law degree, he served as law clerk in the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana for Magistrate Judge Kathleen Kay, in Lake Charles, and later for United States District Judge Donald Walter, in Shreveport.