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J. "Hunter" Odom

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Hunter Odom joined the firm in 2018.   His practice areas include public utility regulation (electric power, energy, telecommunication, water and sewer, and trucking/transportation), environmental compliance, corporate law, business start-ups and legal guidance, estate planning, real estate transactions, personal injury, and other areas of administrative and civil law.  Hunter has advised and represented clients ranging from small local businesses to international corporations on countless matters before administrative agencies, particularly the Louisiana Public Service Commission and Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality.  Hunter also assists in the representation of government entities on various matters and private corporations in complex civil litigation.  Hunter routinely assists clients with forming companies, negotiating and settling legal disputes, drafting complex agreements, and navigating federal, state, and local law.   Hunter enjoys working hard to ensure all of Marionneaux Kantrow's clients receive the most superior advocacy possible. 

As a Baton Rouge native, Hunter attended University High and Louisiana State University where he received a B.S. in Biology. Following his undergraduate education, Hunter moved to Jackson, MS where he obtained a Master's of Medical Science from Mississippi College. In 2014, Hunter began LSU Law School where he earned the John P. Laborde Energy Scholarship and graduated with a Juris Doctorate and Diploma in Comparative Law.  While in law school, Hunter clerked for several entities including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Louisiana Sea Grant, an environmental regulatory attorney, a trade association, a 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 a non-profit focused on coastal and deltaic studies, the Louisiana State Senate, and a national trade association in Washington, D.C.

When Hunter is not in the office, you can find him on the tennis court or out on the water with family and friends.