At Harrison Law Firm, our mission is to provide quality and cost effective professional legal services to each our clients. We represent people, not corporations. We strive to treat our clients as valued friends. We have the experience to meet your legal needs. If for some reason we can't handle a particular matter, we will be glad to refer you to someone who can. If you need legal help, we would be honored if you make Harrison Law Firm your first call!
Robert H. Harrison, Jr. of the Harrison Law Firm is a lifelong resident of Livingston Parish. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree. He received his Juris Doctorate from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU, where he was selected for the Louisiana Law Review, was a Flory Trial winner and was a member to the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Following law school, Mr. Harrison was a law clerk for the Hon. J. Michael McDonald of the 19th Judicial District Court. Mr. Harrison is a former partner in the firm of Stanley & Harrison in Baton Rouge. In 1992, he founded the Harrison Law Firm. His areas of practice include all areas of real estate, successions, estate planning, general litigation, commercial law, personal injury and small class action litigation. His clients have ranged from indigents and abused children to Fortune 500 corporations. He has spoken previously on topics related to his areas of expertise.
Mr. Harrison is a member of the Louisiana State, Livingston Parish (past president) and 21st Judicial District bar associations. He is active in community affairs, including over 17 years as a volunteer leader with the Boy Scouts of America. Robert and his wife Jo Ann are the parents of three sons, Tyler, Matthew and Joel.
Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler is cautioning business owners to be aware of annual report correspondences that appear to come from the state, but do not. At least two private companies -Louisiana Corporate Compliance Business Services Division and Corporate Compliance Company - have sent letters to local corporations and LLCs offering to file their annual reports for a fee. The letters suggest the filing is required by state law, and the mailings have been timed to coincide with the state's Annual Report Renewal Notice, which went out in January. Schedler cautions businesses against sending filing fees to either of the compliance companies. "Any reports sent to (these companies) . . . will not fulfill the reports that are due to the Department of State under Louisiana law," he says. For more information, business owners may call the Department of State Commercial Services Division at (225)925-4704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.