Corey Orgeron was born in New Orleans Louisiana and grew up along Bayou Lafourche. He was raised to be an avid fisherman, hunter and outdoorsman. He believes in protecting our natural resources and that Louisiana is Sportsman's Paradise.
Corey received a B.S. from Louisiana State University in 1987 and earned his Law Degree from Louisiana State University in 1990. Mr. Orgeron was admitted to the Louisiana Bar Association in October 1990 and admitted to practice in all three United States District Courts in 1991.
Mr. Orgeron has successfully argued before Louisiana Circuit Courts of Appeal and before the Louisiana Supreme Court. In addition to practicing before all three United States District Courts of the State of Louisiana and the 5th Circuit Court of Appeal. Corey is devoted to helping injured workers and has successfully tried cases before the Worker's Compensation courts throughout the state winnings millions for injured workers and their families.
Corey has practices before the Social Security Administration for three decades, defending the rights of the physically, mentally and emotionally disabled.
Corey was recently elected to the Ascension Parish Council serving his neighbors as Parish Councilman in District 4.
Mr. Orgeron believes in giving back to his community by providing free estate planning consultations to first responders, our military, veterans and educators.
Corey is married to the former Brandee Curole and is the proud father of three children. He is active in his church, with local volunteer organizations and with the Native American Missions.
Louisiana State University Law Center, J.D. - 1990
Louisiana State University, B.S. - 1987 Major: Pre-Law
United States Concealed Carry Association, Member
National Rifle Association, Member
Knights of Columbus, Member
Thomas More Society
23rd JDC Bar Assn.
Baton Rouge Bar Assn.
Louisiana State Bar Assn.