Bailey Anderson is an associate attorney with a focus on domestic law. She grew up in southwest Louisiana on a local Christmas tree farm and graduated from Elizabeth High School. Following this, she attended Louisiana Tech University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, with a minor in English, followed by a Juris Doctorate and Diploma in Comparative Law from Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law School.

While in law school, Bailey served as Senior Articles Editor on the Volume IX Editorial Board of the LSU Journal of Energy Law & Resources and wrote an article published in the journal’s Volume X, Issue 1. She was also a 2020 Tullis Moot Court Quarterfinalist and advanced several rounds in the 2020 Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition.

Bailey believes a healthy family unit is the building block to a successful and fulfilling life and chose to work in family law to help others through adoption or to remove themselves from unhealthy or abusive situations. Passionate about her work, she values the opportunity to play a positive, instrumental role in her clients’ lives when they experience hardship and help position them to build a better life for themselves and their children.

In her free time, Bailey enjoys hiking, camping in the mountains, helping on her parent’s farm, and cooking with friends.