Slattery Johnson appointed Chair of Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission

Slattery Johnson appointed Chair of Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission

August 31, 2016

Slattery Johnson was recently appointed as Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission. The City of Shreveport adopted the first Historic Preservation Commission in June 2013, which authorized the City to create a Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), to create local historic districts, and to create and adopt regulations to preserve historic properties inside the city limits.

Mr. Johnson’s practice includes all areas of civil litigation, commercial bankruptcy, and personal injury law. He has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years in Louisiana Super Lawyers and, in 2015; he was named of the ten best lawyers in the state in the area of personal injury law. In addition to Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission, he is a past president of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association, and serves as a member of the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Committee.

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Congratulations Slattery!

 
Slattery Johnson was recently appointed as Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission. The City of Shreveport adopted the first Historic Preservation Commission in June 2013, which authorized the City to create a Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), to create local historic districts, and to create and adopt regulations to preserve historic properties inside the city limits.

Mr. Johnson’s practice includes all areas of civil litigation, commercial bankruptcy, and personal injury law. He has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years in Louisiana Super Lawyers and, in 2015; he was named of the ten best lawyers in the state in the area of personal injury law. In addition to Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission, he is a past president of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association, and serves as a member of the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Committee.

Read the full article here.

Congratulations Slattery!

 
Slattery Johnson was recently appointed as Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission. The City of Shreveport adopted the first Historic Preservation Commission in June 2013, which authorized the City to create a Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), to create local historic districts, and to create and adopt regulations to preserve historic properties inside the city limits.

Mr. Johnson’s practice includes all areas of civil litigation, commercial bankruptcy, and personal injury law. He has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years in Louisiana Super Lawyers and, in 2015; he was named of the ten best lawyers in the state in the area of personal injury law. In addition to Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission, he is a past president of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association, and serves as a member of the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Committee.

Read the full article here.

Congratulations Slattery!


Slattery Johnson was recently appointed as Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission. The City of Shreveport adopted the first Historic Preservation Commission in June 2013, which authorized the City to create a Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), to create local historic districts, and to create and adopt regulations to preserve historic properties inside the city limits.

Mr. Johnson’s practice includes all areas of civil litigation, commercial bankruptcy, and personal injury law. He has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years in Louisiana Super Lawyers and, in 2015; he was named of the ten best lawyers in the state in the area of personal injury law. In addition to Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission, he is a past president of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association, and serves as a member of the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Committee.

Read the full article here.

Congratulations Slattery!


Slattery Johnson was recently appointed as Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission. The City of Shreveport adopted the first Historic Preservation Commission in June 2013, which authorized the City to create a Shreveport Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), to create local historic districts, and to create and adopt regulations to preserve historic properties inside the city limits.

Mr. Johnson’s practice includes all areas of civil litigation, commercial bankruptcy, and personal injury law. He has been named a “Rising Star” for the past two years in Louisiana Super Lawyers and, in 2015; he was named of the ten best lawyers in the state in the area of personal injury law. In addition to Chair of the Historic Preservation Commission, he is a past president of the Young Lawyers Section of the Shreveport Bar Association, and serves as a member of the City of Shreveport’s Loan Review Committee.

Read the full article here.

Congratulations Slattery!