Attorney Johanna Landreneau Running to Serve on State 1st Circuit Court of Appeal

Baton Rouge attorney Johanna Landreneau has announced her candidacy for Louisiana 1st Circuit Court of Appeal from the Baton Rouge area.

Ms. Landreneau is a law partner in the law firm of Landreneau & Associates, LLC and has practiced law in Baton Rouge for 27 years. She registered as a Republican on her 18th birthday, 36 years ago, and said she believes in preserving all our citizens’ constitutional protections including the right to life of the unborn (pro-life) and an American’s right to bear arms. She describes herself as “a proven conservative and a Christian.”

She has clients in a broad range of complex civil litigation matters including construction and business litigation, insurance defense and successions including trials, mediations and appeals. She said she has handled substantially more cases in the Court of Appeal than her opponents in this race.

Ms. Landreneau has presented seminars for the National Business Institute (NBI) and roundtables on estate planning. She worked the first 11 years of her practice for the law office of her father, Bert K. Robinson, before joining the Baton Rouge office of the law firm of Seale & Ross where she worked for almost 15 years. She and her husband, Kevin P. Landreneau, opened their law firm in 2019.

Ms. Landreneau earned her undergraduate degree from LSU and her law degree from LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center. She has been admitted to practice before all state and appeal courts in Louisiana since 1993 and is a member of the Louisiana and Baton Rouge Bar Associations. Johanna is also a certified human resource professional (SHRM-CP).

A Baton Rouge native, she attended Episcopal High School and graduated from Broadmoor High School. While in high school, LSU,  and law school, she was an assistant then a law clerk in her father’s law firm, Wray, Robinson & Kracht. She attended Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, to learn the Russian language with a plan to practice international law. She studied constitutional law under the late Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist.

Johanna and Kevin have been members of First Presbyterian Church of Baton Rouge. She served as the Director of Childhood Ministries from 2003-2006. She serves as the Chief Operating Officer for HOPE Ministries of Baton Rouge.

The couple have been married for 30 years and raised their family in Baton Rouge. They have been involved in their children’s schools—St. Luke’s Episcopal, Our Lady of Mercy School, St. Joseph’s Academy and Catholic High. 

Two of their three adult children earned degrees from LSU—and their third child is in the process of earning a college degree. 

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