Adams and Reese attorney Marshall Hevron, in the firm’s New Orleans office, has been appointed by Mayor Mitch Landrieu to the City of New Orleans’ Board of City Trusts.
The Board is charged with safeguarding and administering the investment of all money and other movable property and administering all revenue producing immovable property that is held by the City as trustee or otherwise for public or charitable purposes and held by the City for the perpetual care of plots in City-owned cemeteries.
At Adams and Reese, Hevron is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group in the firm’s New Orleans office. In the community, he is a board member of the Louisiana Military Family Assistance Fund, Save Our Cemeteries, and the Orleans Parish Democratic Executive Committee. He also serves as the commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8973 in New Orleans. Hevron is a former Marine and Operation Iraqi Freedom combat veteran.
In 2012, Hevron was selected to the “Top 40 Under 40” by Gambit magazine, which in its 15th year honored business professionals who are making a difference in the community.
Hevron formerly served on the staff of U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La.
Adams and Reese is a multidisciplinary law firm with offices strategically located throughout the southern United States and Washington, DC. American Lawyer includes Adams and Reese on its distinguished list of the nation's top law firms - "The Am Law 200.” The National Law Journal also includes the firm on the "NLJ 250" list of the nation's largest law firms.