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Jasmine Bertrand was born in St. Martinville, Louisiana. She was raised in Loreauville, Louisiana, between St. Martin and Iberia Parishes. She graduated from Catholic High School, New Iberia, in 1995. After high school graduation, Jasmine attended University of Louisiana at Lafayette majoring in English and graduating in 1999. She then attended Tulane Law School, earning her law degree in 2005.

The best advice that Jasmine can give is that sometimes the most seemingly complex of issues has a simple resolution, but that other times the reverse is true. Collaboration can therefore be the best tool to most efficiently solve a problem, especially in the area of oil and gas title and transactional work. The lawyers strive to work as a team to get the job done as effectively as possible.

Jasmine has studied ballet her entire life and continues to teach and dance with a local studio and company in Lafayette. She recently put on her point shoes yet again to perform with her daughter in her daughter’s ballet debut. She can't wait until her daughter is old enough to fly with her to New York so she can take her to the Met for an American Ballet Theatre performance. Jasmine thinks that her early love of this beautiful art form, which requires so much discipline, perseverance, and self-motivation, played a large part in her becoming a lawyer, which requires very similar qualities.

Jasmine’s main area of practice is oil and gas law. Jasmine has recently diversified her practice to focus on providing legal services to the elderly and those with special needs. As the aging population in our community increases, obtaining quality advice and assistance to navigate the legal system for the care of an elderly family member or for one's own care has become an important need for many. Jasmine's goal is to work with her clients to assist them with the myriad issues that surround aging, in order to help loved ones retain independence, and maintain their quality of life and financial security without becoming a burden on their family members. She hopes that her clients can obtain the peace of mind that advanced planning can bring. Jasmine understands that an elder law practice is not just about obtaining certain legal documents. It is a holistic, individual-centered practice which helps families better respond to the challenges faced by an elderly loved one and helps the individual maintain dignity


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Practice areas


  1. Oil & Gas: 75%
  2. Elder Law: 25%



Hourly ($225-250/hour)

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Contact info

The Onebane Law Firm, APC

1200 Camellia Blvd.
Suite 300
Lafayette, LA, 70503


LAEligible to practice law200507/08/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Order of the CoifTulane Law School2005
Dean Rufus C. Harris Civil Law AwardTulane Law School2005
CALI Award: Successions, Donations and TrustsTulane Law Schol2005
CALI Award: First AmendmentTulane Law School2004
Trial Advocacy HonorsTulane Law School2004
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
ShareholderOnebane Law Firm2005 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
National Academy of Elder Law AttorneysMember2011 - Present
Ark-La-Tex Association of Professional Landmenmember2009 - Present
Lafayette Association of Professional LandmenMember2005 - Present
Professional Landmen Association of New Orleansmember2005 - Present
American Association of Professional Landmenmember2005 - Present
Louisiana State Bar AssociationMemberN/A
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Lafayette Parish Bar AssociationMemberN/A
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Tulane University Law SchoolLawJD - Juris Doctor, magna cum laude2005
University of Southwestern LouisianaEnglishOther - Bachelors1999
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Paralegal Continuing Education SeminarOil and Gas Title Opinions: Form and Substance2013
Lourdes Foundation LuncheonLegal Matters in Healthcare: Powers of Attorney and Living Wills2013
60th Annual Mineral Law InstituteDedicated Roads and Other Servitude Issues2013
Gulf Coast Land InstituteLouisiana Legal Update2012
Field Landman SeminarCapacity/Authority in Executing Documents2012
LAPL November LuncheonPreparation and Calculation of Division Orders and Related Issues2011
LAPL Spring Educational SeminarThe Imprescriptible Mineral Right in Louisiana:2008