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Mandie’s practice primarily focuses on complex business litigation. For over a decade, she has represented individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations in commercial disputes and professional liability matters, with an emphasis on internal investigations. Mandie’s practice includes representing and advising attorneys and judges in civil and professional liability matters. Her practice also extends to state and federal criminal defense. Mandie joined the firm in the summer of 2015, after practicing in large firms in Washington, D.C. and New Orleans.

Born and raised in the New Orleans area, Mandie received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame in 2000. Following college, she worked on Capitol Hill for a Congressman and a Senator before graduating from Georgetown University Law Center in 2005. While at Georgetown, Mandie was an associate editor for the American Criminal Law Review and a research assistant for the late Father Robert Drinan.

Mandie is co-chair of Notre Dame Women Connect: New Orleans and the New Orleans Bar Association Wellness Committee, and former co-chair of the New Orleans Museum of Art’s Young Fellows. She is an active member of NOBA’s Membership Committee and Women in the Profession Committee, the Ogden Museum of Art’s Kohlmeyer Circle, the National World War II Museum’s Young Benefactors, and the Climana Neighborhood Association. She is a past fellow of the Loyola Institute of Politics, and is a mentor for the Young Leadership Council’s College Admissions Project. Mandie regularly performs pro bono legal work for indigent defendants and non-profit organizations, and recently received the Blackstone Award from the Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Her personal interests include politics, yoga, books, dogs, and art.


  • Georgetown University Law Center (Washington, D.C.) Juris Doctor 2005
  • University of Notre Dame (South Bend, Indiana), B.A., 2000, Magna Cum Laude


  • Louisiana, 2010
  • District of Columbia, 2006
  • Virginia, 2005