14th April 2016
MSI's Louisiana law firm member Taylor Porter is delighted to announce that one of their former partners, Robert Hodges, was honoured for 65 years of legal practice at the Baton Rouge Bar Association's annual Opening of Court, Memorial and New Member ceremony.
Hodges’ practice focuses on real estate and mortgage law, international transactions, and international litigation. Hodges is a past member of the Property Law Committee of the Louisiana Law Institute and the Foundation for Historical Louisiana where he served as President from 1988-1990. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys.
Hodges is a graduate of the University of Mississippi and is admitted to both the Louisiana and Mississippi State Bars. He is a recipient of a Fellowship to Complutense University Law School to study in Madrid, Spain.
Founded in 1912 in the heart of Louisiana’s economic development in Baton Rouge, Taylor Porter is one of the oldest, largest and most respected law firms in Louisiana, with a diverse range of local, regional, national and international clients in the most complex transactions and litigation across a variety of industries.
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