Tyler Landrieu is a staff attorney in the New Orleans office and focuses primarily on shareholder derivative litigation, along with federal securities and antitrust class actions.
Prior to joining KSF, Mr. Landrieu served as judicial clerk for the Hon. Fredericka Homberg Wicker of Louisiana’s Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal. Prior to that, he served as an Assistant District Attorney in Orleans Parish.
Mr. Landrieu earned his J.D. from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law in 2018. Mr. Landrieu earned his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from New York University in 2014. He earned distinction as one of NYU’s Martin Luther King Scholars for Social Justice, for which received a full-tuition award.
Prior to law school, Mr. Landrieu served as a research staffer for the United States Senate’s Committee on Finance in Washington, D.C. His research focused primarily on federal tax legislation and policy. He also made contributions to the Caucus Briefing Book on Tax Legislation for the 114th Congress.
Mr. Landrieu is admitted to practice in Louisiana.