Anne-Marie Fortenberry focuses on civil litigation and takes pride in being a zealous advocate for her clients, both in and outside the courtroom. Her practice involves disputes between both businesses and individuals. Anne-Marie brings diligent caselaw research and creative motion work to yield impressive wins for her clients. Prior to joining our firm, she clerked for the Travis County district court.
Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., 2022.
Louisiana State University, B.A. 2019.
Admitted to Practice
Civil and Commercial Litigation
Trademark and Infringement Litigation
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Litigation
Personal Injury Litigation
Insurance Coverage Litigation
Legal Research / Appellate Research
Fun Facts: Multiple time world champion in the American Paint Horse Association
Passionate About: Women’s rights, social justice, wine/true crime podcasts (always taken together), and Cat-Mommin’
Interesting historical figure: Gloria Steinem
Current Favorite Author: Virginia Woolf
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