Tad Bartlett graduatedmagna cum laudefrom Tulane Law School, in the top ten percent of his class, where he began practicing as a student attorney in the Tulane Environmental Law Clinic. Following graduation, he served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. James L. Dennis of the U.S. Fifth Circuit. Following that clerkship, Mr. Bartlett practiced administrative and appellate law at the New Orleans...Show more
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Tad Bartlett is not just a a highly qualified and professional attorney, he is an extraordinary human being whose sense of humanity, compassion and diplomacy made all the difference in the First Amendment case he handled concerning my work. I had the opportunity to unexpectedly work with Mr. Bartlett when those perpetrating the human rights of the people in a film I made about sugar cane cutters in the Dominican Republic attempted to obtain the footage and conversations I'd had with the victims. I so appreciate the demeanor and methodologies employed by Mr. Bartlett to successfully negotiate with the representatives of the sugar industry so that all concerned parties on our end, could enjoy a positive outcome from all this. And the triumph of this case, lead to the success of others related to this same issue. Mr. Bartlett does not just practice law, he engages in it. and the cause at hand. I have no words or ways to thank Mr. Bartlett and can only say how much I'd highly recommend him to other potential clients in need of his services and character. -- Amy Serrano, writer/director/ cinematographer, "The Sugar Babies"
Jones, Swanson, Huddell & Garrison
2000 JD - Juris Doctor in Law
Tulane Law School
2007 Pro Bono Publico Award
Louisiana State Bar Association
2008- present Member
Louisiana Association for Justice
2007 Not Dead Yet: The Imposition of Arbitration Awards Against Non-Party Sureties
2004 Recent Developments: Court to Decide Crucial Coastal Restoration Issues
2011 Putting the "Profess" Back in Professionalism: Social Media Traps and the "Business" of Law
2008 Dealing With Information Overload