He went on to attend the Southern University Law Center, where he graduated with honors-Cum Laude, ranking within the top ten of his class. During law school, Bowman became a senior editor of the Law Review where he published his article entitled Inverse Condemnation in Louisiana which addressed controversial regulations affecting private landowners and their right to access public roadways. After earning his law degree he was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 2012 and thereafter began practicing maritime and personal injury litigation in New Orleans. At Galloway Johnson, he now practices in the areas of construction, maritime and insurance coverage and defense.
Bowman is licensed to practice law in Louisiana and is a member of the New Orleans and Federal Bar Associations. He enjoys rooting for LSU and the Saints, as well as hunting, fishing, and playing golf. He has been married to his beautiful wife, Dominique, since 2012 and has two Labrador Retrievers named Cash and Jax.
Louisiana State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Federal Bar Association
New Orleans Bar Association
American Inns of Court
Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel
Young Insurance Professionals of Louisiana
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