A native of Fairhope, Alabama, Coleman works chiefly in the firm’s bankruptcy practice, focusing on restructuring and creditors' rights.
Before he joined the firm, Coleman served as a law clerk to the Honorable Carl J. Barbier of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. Previously, Coleman had served as an extern to the Honorable Fredericka H. Wicker of the Louisiana Court of Appeal for the Fifth Circuit and to the Honorable Lance M. Africk of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.
Coleman received his Juris Doctor magna cum laude from Tulane University Law School. While in law school, Coleman served as the Senior Articles Editor for the Tulane Law Review. His comment discussing the Fourth Amendment implications of the use of an undisclosed surveillance technology was published by the Review and was recognized for distinction by the Burton Awards at its annual ceremony at the Library of Congress. Additionally, Coleman served indigent clients while working as a Student Attorney in the Tulane Criminal Justice Clinic. He also assisted in teaching as a Senior Fellow in the Legal Research and Writing Department of the law school. For his academic work, legal writing ability, and contributions to the law school community, the faculty of the law school awarded Coleman the John Minor Wisdom Award.
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