A Louisiana native hailing from Cottonport, in Avoyelles Parish, Barbara Juneau Mixon graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science in 1975. She then attended Paul M. Hebert School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctorate in 1978. She focused her practice in the Social Security disability process, working for two decades with the adjudicatory branch (ODAR) of the Social Security Administration in the Alexandria, Shreveport, New Orleans, and Metairie offices before entering a decade of private practice.
In the thirty years she has practiced law, Mrs. Mixon has assisted thousands of individuals in obtaining their benefits in Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi. Barbara Juneau Mixon has been married to her husband, Mark Mixon, since 1978 and together they have three children. In addition to being a current member of the Lousiana Bar Association, Ms. Mixon is also a member of the Avoyelles and Rapides Parish Bar Associations and is a former member of the National Association for Social Security Representatives.
J.D., Louisiana State University Law Center; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; 1978
B.S., Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, Louisiana; 1975
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