P. Sinnott Martin

Sinnott Martin received his Bachelors of Arts Degree from Tulane University in 2013, majoring in political economy and minoring in French. He attended Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center and graduated in 2016 with a Juris Doctorate and a Degree of Comparative Laws. At LSU, Sinnott competed on the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition Moot Court team. As a member of the team, Sinnott represented LSU at national competitions in St. Louis and Philadelphia. Sinnott was also a finalist in the LSU Opening Statement Competition and a Semi-Finalist in the Dean’s Cup Competition.

Sinnott has experience in a variety of legal jobs, ranging from working for a small firm in California to large firms and non-profits in Louisiana. In 2015, Sinnott was a summer clerk for Justice Marcus Clark of the Louisiana Supreme Court, where he assisted in legal research.

Raised in Mill Valley, California, Sinnott now calls New Orleans home. In his spare time, Sinnott enjoys the outdoors, watching football and travelling.

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