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Elizabeth Higdon


Elizabeth practices in the areas of insurance defense litigation where she represents insurers in first- and third-party disputes, UM waiver validity issues, bad faith, and bodily injury claims. She also has experience with class action lawsuits, general civil liability and commercial litigation. 

Elizabeth received her law degree from Tulane University where she was a member of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal and earned her certificate of concentration in Admiralty & Maritime law. Elizabeth also served as a student attorney with the Federal Rights & Civil Practice Clinic where she gained experience in employment discrimination, fair housing claims, police misconduct and First Amendment claims. 

Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Elizabeth attended Hutchison School before earning her Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy Leadership from the University of Mississippi. While at Ole Miss, Elizabeth studied agriculture and food policy, which sparked a long-term interest in the sustainability of local food economies. Since moving to New Orleans, Elizabeth has enjoyed mentoring young women of the Tulane chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta in their academic and personal pursuits. 

Practice Areas


  • Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2021

    • Tulane Maritime Law Journal, Member and Editor, 2019-2021

    • Tulane Federal Rights & Civil Practice Clinic 2020-2021

  • The University of Mississippi, B.A., 2017


  • Lobman, Carnahan, Batt, Angelle & Nader, APLC


  • Louisiana

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