Kacie F. Gray joined Irpino, Avin & Hawkins in 2016, bringing with her an expertise and passion for personal injury actions, products liability litigation, and civil rights. In doing so with compassion and professional care, Ms. Gray not only represents personal injury clients, but empowers them as she navigates complex litigation on their behalf.
Kacie is a graduate of Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where she earned both a Juris Doctor and Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law. In addition to receiving her law degree, Kacie also received a Master of Business Administration from Louisiana State University’s Flores M.B.A. Program. While attending law school, she was privileged to serve as Vice President of the LSU Law Moot Court Board and Graduate Editor for the Journal of Civil Law Studies, wherein she received an international publication. Kacie has been recognized as an outstanding oral advocate by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy and has received numerous awards for her appellate advocacy skills. She also received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Constitutional Law Seminar, a distinction awarded to the highest scoring student.
Prior to graduation, Kacie Gray clerked for a mid-sized New Orleans defense firm where she gained considerable experience in several practice areas including complex insurance litigation, oil and gas, bankruptcy, and employment law. After passing the bar, Kacie Gray worked for a prominent accounting firm where she served as a litigation consultant and Court Appointed Disbursing Agent (CADA) in several state, federal, and Multi District Litigation class action settlements.
Kacie is admitted to practice before all Louisiana state courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. She is an active member of the A. P. Tureaud American Inn of Court, the Louisiana State Bar Association, the New Orleans Federal Bar Association and the New Orleans Association of Women Attorneys. As a resident of New Orleans, she is committed to the betterment of her community and the Crescent City, actively engaging with several local organizations including the New Orleans Young Leadership Council and the Junior League of New Orleans. In addition, Kacie serves as an executive member of Second Harvest Food Bank’s Junior Board.