Attorney Profile

Laura Mauffray Borchert is licensed to practice law in the State of Louisiana, with over 20 years of experience in Adoption Law and Succession/Estate Law.  Laura is a graduate of Loyola Law School, having received her Juris Doctor degree in 1998.  During law school, she served on the Honor Board, participated on the Moot Court staff, and got the asterisk for scoring the highest grade in her Successions class.

Laura received her under-graduate degree in Radio-TV-Film, with a minor in French, at the University of Southern Mississippi in 1988; after attending Southeastern Louisiana University, where she pledged Alpha Omicron Pi sorority and enjoyed being the sweetheart for Kappa Delta Tau fraternity for two years.

Laura is a past president of the Slidell Bar Association, a member of the Louisiana and Bar Association, and serves on the Kids Chance Scholarship Committee for the Louisiana Bar Foundation. She volunteered her time teaching a Street Law class through the Youth Service Bureau for nearly 10 years, and served on the St. Margaret Mary Finance Council, the Slidell Train Station Commission, and the Slidell Motion Picture Advisory Committee.  Laura is active with the 22nd JDC Inn of Court, having written, directed, and performed in a one-act plays; and has directed main stage plays at Slidell Little Theatre, including Pride & Prejudice and Avenue Q.

Laura is a past chairman of the Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club Legal Committee, and served as co-chairman for the 2009 RROC Annual Meet in New Orleans along with her husband, Bill Borchert, Slidell City Councilman-at-Large.  Laura is the past-president Olde Towne Slidell Main Street, plays cello with the Playa Pops Symphony at Burning Man, and the Project Coordinator for Pelicans on Parade, a community art exhibit featuring pelicans hand-painted by a couple hundred local artist sculptures. (3 were painted by Laura)