Bobby Holmes, Jr., admitted into the Louisiana Bar in 2010, has centered his entire career on courtroom involvement and protecting the rights of victims. His education is impressive, as is his involvement in various professional associations.

Bobby has served as a clerk for a local judge, as well as a prosecutor in New Orleans and in Lake Charles. This background has helped him develop strong aptitude in court processes. He understands first-hand how to move cases forward and how to protect the rights of our personal injury clients at any stage of a case.

Areas of Practice

Admiralty & Maritime Law
Jones Act
Bad Faith Insurance
Business & Commercial Law
Consumer Protection
Housing & Construction Defects
Environmental Law
Health & Health Care Law
Insurance Law
Labor Law

Wage & Hour Laws
Personal Injury
Animal Bites
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Premises Liability
Property Damage
Railroad Accidents
Slip and Fall
Wrongful Death


Southern University Law Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
J.D. – 2009

Delta Theta Phi International Legal Fraternity

Criminal Law Society – President 2007-2008

Black Law Student Association – Director of Communications

Baton Rouge Bar Association – Community Service Volunteer

Black Law Student Association – Mock Trial Team

Clinical Education Student – Criminal Law – 9 months trial experience

American Inns of Court

LSU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science – 2006

Bar Admissions

  • Louisiana, 2010

Associations & Memberships

  • Louisiana State Bar Association
  • Southwest Louisiana Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • Louisiana Association for Justice