Hayden Moore was awarded the “President’s Award” by the President of the Baton Rouge Bar Association for her continued service to the Baton Rouge legal community. This was Hayden’s fourth time receiving this award.
Hayden Moore was elected Director-at-Large for the Baton Rouge Business Association for the 2023 term.
Walters, Papillion, Thomas, Cullens are proud to announce that our partner, Ed Walters, was selected by his peers as one of the Top 10 lawyers in the State of Louisiana for 2020 and that SuperLawyers Magazine wrote an article about him, which is reproduced below.
In a ceremony in New Orleans, J. Cullens took the the oath of office as President of the Louisiana Association for Justice (LAG), a statewide association of trial lawyers dedicated to the preservation of our civil justice system.
J. Cullens was named the Newsletter Editor of Business Torts Section of the American Association for Justice ("AAJ"). The Business Torts Newsletter reaches a national audience of trial lawyers who are members of AAJ.
Several WPTC Attorneys were recently recognized for their achievements in the field.
WPTC is proud to announce that attorneys Ed Walters and J. Cullens were both selected in 2019 by Super Lawyers as two of the Top 50 attorneys in all of Louisiana-with Ed Walters being recognized as one of the Top 10 attorneys in our state.
The Louisiana State Law Institute, an organization created by the Louisiana Legislature to revise, reform, and research legal issues facing the state, appointed J. Cullens to serve on the Torts and Insurance Committee.
The National Trial Lawyers Association selected Andrée Cullens as one of the “Top Ten Women” attorneys in Louisiana. The focus of Andrée’s practice is bankruptcy and commercial litigation.
Starting in the fall of 2019, J.Cullens will be an adjunct professor teaching a section of the Advanced Trial and Evidence course at LSU Law Center. This course is geared to second and third year students who are interested in trying cases as part of their practices after law school.
Read this article published in the April 2019 issue of Louisiana Advocates, a monthly magazine published by the Louisiana Association for Justice.