OVERVIEW AND EXPERIENCE
Elizabeth Reed Higdon was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee and graduated from the Hutchison School in 2013. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Mississippi’s Trent Lott School for Public Policy Leadership in 2017 with a special focus towards agriculture & food policy. After earning her undergraduate degree Ms. Higdon worked as a ranch hand for a cattle operation in Northern Mississippi. Thereafter, she attended Tulane Law School where she graduated with a Juris Doctor and certificate in Admiralty & Maritime Law in 2021. While at Tulane Ms. Higdon served as a managing editor for the Tulane Maritime Law Journal, and was a student attorney for Tulane’s Civil Rights & Federal Practice Clinic. Additionally, Elizabeth was a member of the Civil Law Society.
Ms. Higdon practices primarily in the areas of insurance defense, premises liability, property casualty and general civil litigation. She is admitted to practice in all Louisiana state courts and is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association. In her free time, Elizabeth enjoys studying culinary history, hunting & fishing, and participating in activism for local food economies.
- General Civil Litigation
- Insurance Defense
- Premises Liability
- Property Casualty
- The University of Mississippi, B.A., 2017 -Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2021
- Louisiana State Bar Association