Nowal J. Jamhour, an associate in KSF’s New Orleans office, focuses on federal securities class action litigation.
Ms. Jamhour earned her J.D. in 2016 from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, Civil Law Division, with course concentrations in environmental and international law. As a research assistant at Loyola’s Environmental Law Center, in connection with a national research organization and a global NGO, Ms. Jamhour co-authored a policy paper on nonstructural climate change adaptation in socially vulnerable communities.
Prior to joining KSF, Ms. Jamhour served as in-house law clerk for a public utility, drafting contracts, research memoranda, and pre-trial and appellate pleadings, on matters involving public bid/procurement law, workers’ compensation, administrative procedure, environmental regulation, and civil litigation defense.
In addition, Ms. Jamhour holds eight years of professional experience in psychotherapy, clinical drug trials, and psychological assessment, and has co-authored studies published in journals of forensic neuropsychology and clinical psychiatry. She completed her B.A. in psychology at the University of New Orleans in 1998, M.A. in psychology from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2000, plus extensive doctoral coursework in clinical psychology, behavioral neurology, and experimental statistics at Louisiana State University.
Ms. Jamhour is admitted to practice in Louisiana, and is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association and the New Orleans Bar Association.