Truc Do-Le received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science magna cum laude in 1993 from Loyola University, where she was a recipient of the Louis J. Twomey, SJ Scholarship. She received her Juris Doctor in 1997 from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, where she was awarded the Warren E. Mouledoux Memorial Scholarship and the Ruth and Frank Normann Scholarship. During law school, she was a volunteer with Catholic Charities’ Project SAVE helping survivors of domestic violence obtain legal representation. Ms. Do-Le served as an appellate judicial law clerk in Louisiana Court of Appeal, Third Circuit. She handles mass tort multidistrict litigation, insurance coverage, property and casualty defense, and class action lawsuits. Her class action work includes complex document and electronic discovery, and litigation management.
Ms. Do-Le is admitted to practice in all state courts in Louisiana and is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association. Originally from Saigon, Vietnam, she has been living in New Orleans for most of her life. She enjoys giving back to the community, including performing volunteer work at her church and with local food banks, animal rescue organizations, and public parks.