B. Slattery Johnson, Jr.

B. Slattery Johnson, Jr.

Director

(318) 934-0233
sjohnson@bwor.com
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B. Slattery Johnson, Jr.

Director

318-221-6858
sjohnson@bwor.com
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B. Slattery Johnson, Jr. is a litigator with the firm whose practice focuses on creditors’ rights and commercial bankruptcy. He also has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury claims, and has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years by Super Lawyers Magazine.

Mr. Johnson is a 2007 graduate of Louisiana State University Law School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he earned CALI awards for excellence in Constitutional Law, Environmental Law and Legal Writing.

He has served as Commissioner on the City of Shreveport’s Historic Preservation Commission since his appointment in 2013, and he was recently elected to serve as Chair of the Commission. In addition to his historic preservation work, He serves on the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Board.

Mr. Johnson is a member of LSU Law’s Young Alumni Leadership Council and is past President of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association.

Additionally, he is a member of the Louisiana, American and Federal Bar Associations and is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in Louisiana, in addition to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Mr. Johnson is a Director of the firm and may be reached at (318) 934-0233 or sjohnson@bwor.com.

B. Slattery Johnson, Jr. is a litigator with the firm whose practice focuses on creditors’ rights and commercial bankruptcy. He also has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury claims, and has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years by Super Lawyers Magazine.

Mr. Johnson is a 2007 graduate of Louisiana State University Law School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he earned CALI awards for excellence in Constitutional Law, Environmental Law and Legal Writing.

He has served as Commissioner on the City of Shreveport’s Historic Preservation Commission since his appointment in 2013, and he was recently elected to serve as Chair of the Commission. In addition to his historic preservation work, He serves on the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Board.

Mr. Johnson is a member of LSU Law’s Young Alumni Leadership Council and is past President of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association.

Additionally, he is a member of the Louisiana, American and Federal Bar Associations and is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in Louisiana, in addition to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Mr. Johnson is a Director of the firm and may be reached at (318) 934-0233 or sjohnson@bwor.com.

B. Slattery Johnson, Jr. is a litigator with the firm whose practice focuses on creditors’ rights and commercial bankruptcy. He also has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury claims, and has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years by Super Lawyers Magazine.

Mr. Johnson is a 2007 graduate of Louisiana State University Law School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he earned CALI awards for excellence in Constitutional Law, Environmental Law and Legal Writing.

He has served as Commissioner on the City of Shreveport’s Historic Preservation Commission since his appointment in 2013, and he was recently elected to serve as Chair of the Commission. In addition to his historic preservation work, He serves on the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Board.

Mr. Johnson is a member of LSU Law’s Young Alumni Leadership Council and is past President of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association.

Additionally, he is a member of the Louisiana, American and Federal Bar Associations and is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in Louisiana, in addition to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Mr. Johnson is a Director of the firm and may be reached at (318) 934-0233 or sjohnson@bwor.com.

 
B. Slattery Johnson, Jr. is a litigator with the firm whose practice focuses on creditors’ rights and commercial bankruptcy. He also has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury claims, and has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years by Super Lawyers Magazine.

Mr. Johnson is a 2007 graduate of Louisiana State University Law School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he earned CALI awards for excellence in Constitutional Law, Environmental Law and Legal Writing.

He has served as Commissioner on the City of Shreveport’s Historic Preservation Commission since his appointment in 2013, and he was recently elected to serve as Chair of the Commission. In addition to his historic preservation work, He serves on the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Board.

Mr. Johnson is a member of LSU Law’s Young Alumni Leadership Council and is past President of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association.

Additionally, he is a member of the Louisiana, American and Federal Bar Associations and is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in Louisiana, in addition to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Mr. Johnson is a Director of the firm and may be reached at (318) 934-0233 or sjohnson@bwor.com.

Mr. Adkins’ practice at Blanchard Walker focuses on energy and commercial litigation. His litigation practice includes a broad array of commercial and business disputes, as well as cases involving oilfield contamination; mineral landowner and lessee disputes; mineral regulatory issues; and, other aspects of oilfield litigation. 

He earned his undergraduate degree at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana (summa cum laude; Phi Kappa Phi) and his law degree at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he was a member of the Louisiana Law Review. 

Mr. Adkins was admitted to practice in 1984 and joined Blanchard Walker in 1988.  He has practiced in numerous state courts throughout the State of Louisiana and in all Louisiana federal district courts, and has appeared before both the Louisiana Supreme Court and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.  He is a member of the American, Louisiana and Shreveport Bar Associations and the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel, as well as the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association.  Mr. Adkins also serves on the Louisiana State Law Institute Mineral Law-Legacy Disputes Committee.

Mr. Adkins’ practice at Blanchard Walker focuses on energy and commercial litigation. His litigation practice includes a broad array of commercial and business disputes, as well as cases involving oilfield contamination; mineral landowner and lessee disputes; mineral regulatory issues; and, other aspects of oilfield litigation. 

He earned his undergraduate degree at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana (summa cum laude; Phi Kappa Phi) and his law degree at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he was a member of the Louisiana Law Review. 

Mr. Adkins was admitted to practice in 1984 and joined Blanchard Walker in 1988.  He has practiced in numerous state courts throughout the State of Louisiana and in all Louisiana federal district courts, and has appeared before both the Louisiana Supreme Court and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.  He is a member of the American, Louisiana and Shreveport Bar Associations and the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel, as well as the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association.  Mr. Adkins also serves on the Louisiana State Law Institute Mineral Law-Legacy Disputes Committee.

 
B. Slattery Johnson, Jr. is a litigator with the firm whose practice focuses on creditors’ rights and commercial bankruptcy. He also has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury claims, and has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years by Super Lawyers Magazine.

Mr. Johnson is a 2007 graduate of Louisiana State University Law School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he earned CALI awards for excellence in Constitutional Law, Environmental Law and Legal Writing.

He has served as Commissioner on the City of Shreveport’s Historic Preservation Commission since his appointment in 2013, and he was recently elected to serve as Chair of the Commission. In addition to his historic preservation work, He serves on the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Board.

Mr. Johnson is a member of LSU Law’s Young Alumni Leadership Council and is past President of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association.

Additionally, he is a member of the Louisiana, American and Federal Bar Associations and is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in Louisiana, in addition to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Mr. Johnson is a Director of the firm and may be reached at (318) 934-0233 or sjohnson@bwor.com.

Mr. Adkins’ practice at Blanchard Walker focuses on energy and commercial litigation. His litigation practice includes a broad array of commercial and business disputes, as well as cases involving oilfield contamination; mineral landowner and lessee disputes; mineral regulatory issues; and, other aspects of oilfield litigation. 

He earned his undergraduate degree at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana (summa cum laude; Phi Kappa Phi) and his law degree at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he was a member of the Louisiana Law Review. 

Mr. Adkins was admitted to practice in 1984 and joined Blanchard Walker in 1988.  He has practiced in numerous state courts throughout the State of Louisiana and in all Louisiana federal district courts, and has appeared before both the Louisiana Supreme Court and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.  He is a member of the American, Louisiana and Shreveport Bar Associations and the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel, as well as the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association.  Mr. Adkins also serves on the Louisiana State Law Institute Mineral Law-Legacy Disputes Committee.

Mr. Adkins’ practice at Blanchard Walker focuses on energy and commercial litigation. His litigation practice includes a broad array of commercial and business disputes, as well as cases involving oilfield contamination; mineral landowner and lessee disputes; mineral regulatory issues; and, other aspects of oilfield litigation. 

He earned his undergraduate degree at Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, Louisiana (summa cum laude; Phi Kappa Phi) and his law degree at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where he was a member of the Louisiana Law Review. 

Mr. Adkins was admitted to practice in 1984 and joined Blanchard Walker in 1988.  He has practiced in numerous state courts throughout the State of Louisiana and in all Louisiana federal district courts, and has appeared before both the Louisiana Supreme Court and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.  He is a member of the American, Louisiana and Shreveport Bar Associations and the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel, as well as the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association.  Mr. Adkins also serves on the Louisiana State Law Institute Mineral Law-Legacy Disputes Committee.


Civil Litigation
Commercial Bankruptcy
Personal Injury

Shreveport Bar Association
Louisiana State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
Louisiana State University Law School
Louisiana State University, Undergraduate Degree 
Memberships

Young Lawyers Section of Shreveport Bar Association, Past President
Shreveport Bar Foundation, Board of Directors
Pro Bono Project, Board of Directors
Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission, Chair
LSU Law’s Young Alumni Leadership Council, Member

Honors

Named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers from 2015-2017

 
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