Shreveport - Bossier - Baton Rouge

Neil Erwin Law Office Downtown Shreveport

Downtown Shreveport Library Across from our office

Bossier City across Texas St. Bridge

Louisiana State Capitol Building Baton Rouge

Neil Erwin Law Office Downtown Shreveport

Top of One Texas Centre Photo by Shreveport DDA & Shannon Palmer

Client Conference Area Photo by Shreveport DDA & Shannon Palmer

One Texas Centre Lobby Photo by Shreveport DDA & Shannon Palmer

Municipal & Local Government Law, Planning, & Legislative Advocacy

(L-R Patricia Doane, Caroline E. Mladenka, Neil T. Erwin)

Who We Are

Practical Creative Solutions

The team at Neil Erwin Law, LLC assists a growing number of local governments, as well as private developers and citizen groups, by providing practical creative solutions for a variety of significant governmental issues, economic development projects, and contested zoning and land use issues.

Shreveport-Bossier

415 Texas Street, Suite 101
Shreveport, LA 71101

Tel: 318-670-4110

Baton Rouge

333 Grand Lakes Drive
Baton Rouge, LA 70810

Tel: 318-562-0306

How We Help

We use our professional expertise and unique experience gained from both government and business representation to provide practical, creative legal advice to help communities grow.

  • Government Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Planning
  • zoning
  • Annexations
  • Gis mapping & analysis
  • Special land use districts
  • subdivisions
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Cooperative Endeavor Agreements
  • Economic Development Districts
  • Expropriations
  • Property Leases & conveyances
  • Public Records Law
  • Municipal Law
  • Local government law
  • Business transactions
  • Ordinance drafting
  • Community development Projects
  • Legislative advocacy
  • Government Advocacy

30 Second News℠

Sourced from @NeilTErwin on Twitter

When driving to work really meant something. Former Fiat factory, Turin, Italy, with rooftop test track. Now a modern mixed-use shopping center. (Vintage photos from http://themindcircle.com)

The elements of urban design that promote liveability also align with protecting public health & supporting the economy in a time of pandemic. Research has shown that urban space that is safe & welcoming for people to spend time in, will also result in people spending more money.

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