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Bryan Jefferson has served New Orleans for many years as an attorney and is active in his community. A native of New Orleans, Bryan's father was a stevedore and his mother, a nurse in New Orleans. Bryan graduated from Louisiana State University and Loyola School of Law. After graduating from Loyola Law, Bryan clerked at Barker Boudreaux where he was hired as an associate. Bryan is currently a partner at Foley Lamy & Jefferson, a successor firm of Barker Boudreaux.


Bryan is a member of the Louisiana Association for Justice, American Association for Justice and Louis A. Martinet Society, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Audubon Nature Institute, and is a Charter Member of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.


Committed to changing our community and State, Bryan has high standards and will fight for the people in Mid-City, Gert Town, parts of Hollygrove, Dixon, Faubourg, St. John, Esplanade, Gentilly, Tulane & Gravier and areas included in 70119 and parts of 70118, 70122, and 70125. If you are in District 23 please view my website and reach out with any concerns, issues, or questions. I am here to work for you and we are just getting started. 

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