Eric E. Malveau is the founding member of the Malveau Law Firm. He graduated in 1999 from LSU with a BA degree in Political Science. He then went on to graduate in 2003 from Loyola Law School in New Orleans, where he participated in the Criminal Law and Federal Civil Rights Law Clinics. After graduation, he worked for the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office. While at that office he worked in the juvenile, magistrate, and felony trial divisions, reaching the top position of Section Senior. He has tried over forty felony cases and over 100 judge trials.
After leaving the District Attorney’s Office he then went on to work for the Orleans Parish Public Defender’s Office. He started in the magistrate court and quickly moved into felony trials. Finally he moved to the conflict division and has tried major felony offenses, including murder, rape, and armed robbery. He has tried over 50 jury trials and over 80 judge trials while at that office.
Attorney Malveau has been featured in Quote of the Day in the New York Times, has been interviewed on WWL news, and has participated in the prestigious National Criminal Defense College in Macon, Georgia.
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