Hunter Odom joined Marionneaux Kantrow in 2018. As a Baton Rouge native, Hunter attended University High School before Louisiana State University where he received a B.S. in Biology. Following his undergraduate education, Hunter moved to Jackson, MS where he obtained his Master's of Medical Science from Mississippi College. In 2014, Hunter moved back to Baton Rouge and began LSU Law School where he earned the John P. Laborde Energy Scholarship and graduated with a Juris Doctorate and Diploma in Comparative Law. Additionally, while in law school, Hunter clerked for several entities including a federal administrative agency, environmental regulatory attorney, trade association, U.S. Congressman, and two law firms. After passing the Louisiana Bar Exam, Hunter continued his focus on regulatory and administrative law through work at the Louisiana State Senate and government relations in Washington D.C.
Hunter's practice areas include public utility regulation, land use law, business and corporate law, real estate transactions, transportation law, energy law, and commercial litigation.
When Hunter is not in the office, you can find him on the tennis court or out on the water with family and friends. Hunter is an active member of St. Aloysius Church and enjoys spending time with his niece and nephew.