Deanne McCauley was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1967. She was raised in Lafayette and received her Bachelor of Arts in pre-law from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1990 and her Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law in 1993. She is admitted to practice before all Louisiana state and federal courts, including the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She regularly practices throughout the state and has extensive trial experience in most Louisiana courts, as well as before the Louisiana Workforce Commission and the Office of Administrative Law Judges. For more than 27 years, Deanne has successfully litigated Louisiana workers' compensation claims and longshore claims, and she has a wide-range of expertise, including litigation involving admiralty/maritime law, personal injury liability defense, commercial liability defense, premises liability, construction law, medical, dental and nursing home malpractice, professional liability and subrogation claims. Deanne has lectured with the Louisiana Association of Self-Insured Employers (LASIE) and has provided various training seminars to clients to guide them through claims in the Louisiana Workers' Compensation system and LHWCA for both beginners and advanced claims administrative professionals.
Mississippi College School of Law, Jackson, Mississippi
University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, Louisiana