LeBlanc Receives Honor for Sixth Time
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“I am extremely honored to be a part of this prestigious list,” LeBlanc said. “To have my peers recognize me in this way is extremely gratifying and much appreciated.”
LeBlanc, who has been in practice since 1991, heads Baron & Budd’s Baton Rouge office. He has devoted his life to fighting on behalf of Louisiana’s consumers as well as the state’s environment. He has litigated many cases that have helped protect the rights of consumers who have suffered harm due to dangerous pharmaceuticals, toxic chemicals and more. LeBlanc is a past president of the Louisiana Association for Justice as well as the American Association for Justice (AAJ).
In addition, LeBlanc received the AAJ’s Wiedemann Wysocki National Finance Council Award in 2007 and 2010, which has been given to a select few lawyers across the country. The award honors attorneys who have shown a strong passion for the legal profession and have also worked to improve our nation’s system of civil justice.
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