Sunday, December 6, 2009

Introducing Guest Blawger Seth Hopkins

I am pleased to present Seth Hopkins as a Guest Blawger this month. Seth comes to the site with a broad number of professional accomplishments.

Seth has clerked at both the state and federal level, with the 14th Judicial District Court of Louisiana and the in Western District Court of Louisiana, respectively. Satisfying a personal goal he set for himself while an undergrad, Seth has interned or worked in all three branches of the federal government: the White House, the Senate and House of Representatives, as well as the U.S. Attorney’s Office. He has practiced law from his own legal offices, but more recently worked with the law firm Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman on environmental and anti-trust litigation. Seth has also played a role in the classroom throughout his career, including teaching positions at Kaplan University and the Delta School of Business. As an entrepreneur, Seth established a number of online speech writing and litigation support companies, including WriteMySpeech, MediateMyCase, and OpeningStatement.

Seth has a BA and JD from Louisiana State University. He resides in Houston, Texas and is licensed to practice in both Louisiana and Texas. His publication credentials include: former member of the Editorial Board for the Louisiana Bar Journal; former Editor of the Southwest Louisiana Bar Association's Bar Journal, The Sidebar; and personal publication in the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys’ Journal. While an undergrad, Seth acted as Executive Editor of the McNeese State University newspaper, The Contraband. His public presence is not limited to paper publication, however, as Seth has also appeared as a rotating attorney on the NBC affiliate’s Sunrise Show Ask the Expert, providing legal advice during the call-in program.

Welcome Seth! Am sure you have a lot of great information to share – have fun while here!

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