Bernard E. Boudreaux, Jr., a partner with Breazeale, Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P., practices primarily in business negotiations, joint ventures and business dispute resolution. He is a former Chariman of the LSU Board of Superivsors. He served as mediator for the settlement of the 47-year-old East Baton Rouge Parish school desegregation litigation.
He served as executive council to Gov. M.J. Foster, Jr. from 2000-04 and served as district attorney for the parishes of Iberia, St. Martin and St. Mary for 18 years, during which time he represented parish governing authorities and school boards, as well as hospital service districts and other public entities in those parishes.
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