Lauren Saucier joined Neblett, Beard and Arsenault in 2015 and focuses on serious personal injury and mass tort litigation. A native of Central Louisiana, Lauren graduated from Louisiana College in December 2001, receiving a degree in History with a minor in Biology. In 2005, Lauren completed her legal studies at Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans, and is a certified mediator of legal disputes, having earned her certification at Harvard Law School.
Lauren is licensed to practice law in both Louisiana and Texas. She has maintained a personal injury practice in Central Louisiana since 2007 and will continue to represent victims of wrongful death and serious injury resulting from car, motorcycle, and truck accidents, offshore incidents, and toxic exposure, along with her work in mass tort litigation.
Lauren is active in the local community and serves as a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Church Trustee Committee, Alexandria Lions Club Board of Directors, and the Alexandria Rotary Club. Lauren is an avid outdoors woman who enjoys hunting, fishing, and horseback riding with her daughter, Cami.
- Louisiana State Courts
- Texas State Courts
- Eastern, Middle and Western District of Louisiana
- Harvard Law School (2013)
Certificate in Mediation of Legal Disputes
- Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans (2005)
- Louisiana College (2001)
B.A. History, minor in Biology
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
- American Bar Association
- Louisiana Bar Association
- Louisiana Association for Justice
- Emmanuel Baptist Church Trustee Committee
- Alexandria Lions Club Board of Directors
- Rapides Parish Republican Women
- Alexandria Rotary Club
- Louisiana College Board of Visitors
- TOP 10 Under 40 Attorney Award for the state of Louisiana, National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys, Inc., 2017