Alan G. Bouterie, Jr., a native of St. Bernard Parish, attended High School at Holy Cross, where he graduated with Honors, near the very top of his graduating class.  He received an academic scholarship to attend Loyola University of New Orleans, where he graduated, Cum Laude, from the Loyola College of Business Administration, receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration, with a focus on Economics.  Thereafter, Mr. Bouterie, Jr. attended Loyola University New Orleans School of Law, and he obtained his Juris Doctor in 2006.  While in law school, Mr. Bouterie, Jr. clerked for the Honorable Manuel A. Fernandez of the 34th Judicial District Court.

Since that time, Mr. Bouterie, Jr. has represented clients involved in a wide array of legal disputes, and his clients have included individuals, corporations, partnerships, and insurance companies.  His practice areas include personal injury, divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, bankruptcy, criminal law, contract disputes and estate planning through wills and successions.

Over the course of his legal career, Mr. Bouterie, Jr. has obtained vast civil and criminal trial experience, and has gained a reputation of being well prepared and ready to fight for the rights of his clients.  Mr. Bouterie is also a graduate of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, wherein he completed an intensive professional training program in the art of trial skills.

Mr. Bouterie, Jr. is a partner of the Bouterie Law Firm, APLC, where he has worked since 2006 and he is currently a member of, and the Vice President of, the 34th Judicial District Court Bar Association.  He is licensed to practice law in all Louisiana District Courts, all Louisiana Appellate Courts, the Louisiana Supreme Court and the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana.