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Congrats to Aaron, Gianna and Mason

September 8, 2017

  SUPER LAWYERS Aaron & Gianna, PLC salutes William D. Aaron, Jr., Dominic J. Gianna and Omar K. Mason upon their selection for inclusion in Super Lawyers - 2018.  This is the eleventh straight year than Dom has been  selected,  the tenth straight year that Bill has been selected, and the third straight year that Omar has been selected..   Dom has been selected in the area of Civil Litigation and Bill and Omar have been selected in the area of Bu…

Commitment to Community

Co-Counsel - State and Federal Litigation | Commitment to Community | Commitment to Diversity | Firm History | Philosophy | Representative Matters | Reputation | Strategic Alliance - Real Estate Transactions

At Aaron & Gianna our attorneys are committed to the communities in which they live. They regularly give back to the community through service on non-profit and governmental boards volunteering with local charities and providing pro bono legal services through the New Orleans Pro Bono Project and other non-profit organizations..

Local non-profit and governmental boards on which  A&G attorneys have had the privilege of serving include: Greater New Orleans, Inc.; Volunteers of America, Pontchartrain Park Community Development Corporation, Big Sisters/Big Brothers of Greater New Orleans, Mental Health Association of Greater New Orleans, Harmony Development (formerly New Orleans Neighborhood Development Collaborative), Travelers Aid Society of New Orleans, New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, Jefferson Business Council, Algiers Economic Development Foundation, New Orleans Museum of Art, Community Leaders Advocating Student Success, Board of City Trusts of the City of New Orleans, League of Women Voters, the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, the Louisiana Supreme Court Committee on Bar Admissions, the  Bureau of Governmental Research, the Visiting Committee of Loyola Law School, the Task Force on the Crescent City Connection the Jefferson Parish Civil Service Board, Save Our Cemeteries and the City of New Orleans Board of Zoning Adjustments..