New Orleans Office • Counsel

Jennifer E. Barriere

Jennifer strives to deliver solutions based on the needs of each individual client. Her tireless devotion to client satisfaction and her willingness to place a strong emphasis on client goals, demonstrates her continued success in retaining clients and delivering outcomes tailored to their needs.

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Jennifer E. Barriere


Jennifer focuses her practice in the areas of real estate and general business. She frequently represents clients on a wide range of real estate matters across retail, housing and commercial sectors.

Jennifer also has the intricate knowledge to navigate clients through a wide variety of transactional work. It ranges from all aspects of formation work for startup companies and other strategic partnerships to commercial development and construction contracts and transactions. When it comes to complex transactions, she has the ability to ease the process for her clients, through open communication and constructing tailored solutions.

Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas-Austin with honors, and liberal arts honors. She received her J.D., cum laude, from Tulane Law School, and received the CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Complex Litigation and Constitutional Criminal Procedure. In 2014, Jennifer received Appleseed's Good Apple Award.

Jennifer enjoys the opportunity to celebrate small wins, both in her professional and personal life. When she steps away from the office, you might find her spending time with her family, planning her next travel adventure, or celebrating a Saints win.


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