February 22, 2021
Taylor Porter’s law clerks include, from left: Natalie Earles, LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center; Kristyn Couvillion, LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center; Camille Arceneaux, LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center; Yadira Crespo-Orosco, Southern University Law Center; and Peyton Gascon, LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center.
Taylor Porter welcomes five students from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center and Southern University Law Center for a six-week law clerk program session. Under the guidance of practicing Taylor Porter attorneys and mentors, law clerks gain hands-on experience and interaction that reﬂect real life as a lawyer. The work ranges from case research to legal writing to shadowing attorneys at depositions, hearings, and oral arguments, and speaking with both Taylor Porter partners and associates one-on-one and learning about their personal experiences.
Taylor Porter's law clerks include:
Natalie Earles is in her second year at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center where she is a junior associate for the Louisiana Law Review. She was also a participant in the Robert Lee Tullis Moot Court Competition and served as an academic tutor for torts and civil law property. Natalie received a bachelor of communication studies from LSU where she was a member of Kappa Delta sorority. This past summer, Natalie was a judicial extern for Judge Milazzo at the Eastern District of Louisiana. Natalie is mentored by Taylor Porter Partner John Murrill.
Yadira Crespo-Orosco is in her second year at Southern University Law Center, where she is a junior editor for the Southern University Law Review and articles editor for the school newspaper, The Public Defender. She has received the CALI Excellence Award for legal writing and has maintained Dean's List Honors consecutively since her first semester. Yadira has also been a member of the board of student advisors as a contracts teaching assistant and is serving as a student ambassador for the law center. She is bilingual, with fluency in English and Spanish. Yadira graduated from LSU with a bachelor of science in kinesiology, with a concentration in human movement science. Yadira is mentored by Taylor Porter Partner Amy Lambert.
Kristyn Couvillion is in her third year at LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center where she is a dean’s scholar and a member of the Louisiana Law Review. She earned her bachelor of science in criminal justice from Sam Houston State in Huntsville, Texas. She has worked for CenturyLink, Barkhurst & Hinojosa, P.C., and Judge Hale in the Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas. Kristyn is mentored by Taylor Porter Partner Ashley Meredith and Associate Leah Cook.
Camille Arceneaux is in her second year at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU. She is a junior associate on the Louisiana Law Review. Camille graduated summa cum laude from LSU with a bachelor of arts in both economics and political science. At LSU, she was a member of Chi Omega Sorority and the LSU Track Team. Camille is mentored by Taylor Porter Partner Ryan French.
Peyton Gascon is in his second year at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at LSU, where he is a Paul M. Hebert Scholar and has received the CALI Excellence Award for the highest grade in torts. He is a member of the Public Interest Law Society and competed in the Robert Lee Tullis Moot Court Competition. Peyton graduated from LSU with a bachelor of science in finance and a minor in political science. Peyton is mentored by Taylor Porter Partner Tom Easterly.