“I am proud of the leadership skills and work ethic obtained through my experience a varsity football player at Rhodes College, which taught me that long term success requires daily commitment and attention to detail. I look to combine this mindset with the lessons gained through prior careers in sales and financial planning, and translate those skills to my law practice to assist businesses in their growth and legal needs.”
Hogan Crosby assists both the Adams and Reese Litigation and Labor and Employment practice area groups.
Hogan gained prior experience as a former law clerk, developing litigation plans, drafting initial pleadings, providing case valuations, analyzing case discovery targets, attending depositions, mediations, and drafting summaries of the proceedings. He drafted legal analysis memoranda on various issues, including forum non conveniens, contractor liability, and spoliation. He also worked with attorneys on drafting final court pleadings and client communications.
Receiving his J.D. from Tulane University School of Law, Hogan was the Senior Business Editor of the Tulane Journal for International and Comparative Law, Vol. 29; a competitor and coach of the Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Appellate Moot Court Team; tutor for the 1L Academic Support Program; and an active member of the Tulane Maritime Law Society, Tulane Civil Law Society, and Tulane Business Law Society.
Hogan is a graduate of Rhodes College, with a B.A. in Commerce and Business, a concentration in Finance, and a minor in History. He played on the varsity football team, and in addition to being a student athlete, he devoted time to the community as a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America at Springdale Elementary School in Memphis.
Before pursuing a law degree, Hogan worked in the Financial Services industry. working with clients on financial planning and advice. He obtained a FINRA Series 7 license and Colorado life accident and health insurance licenses. He researched and analyzed clients’ financial data to determine strategies, products, and services that could help them meet their financial objectives.
- Tulane University Law School, J.D., 2022
- Rhodes College, B.A., 2017
Areas of Practice
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
- Louisiana State Bar Association
- New Orleans Bar Association
- Servotronics and Certiorari: The Imminent Supreme Court Decision and Why Private International Arbitrations are “Foreign or International Tribunals” Under 28 U.S.C. § 1782” Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law (2022).