Kristi Schubert is an experienced civil litigation and personal injury attorney with active experience in jury trials in both state and federal court. Kristi Schubert graduated summa cum laude from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She was awarded her Juris Doctor from Boston University School of Law, where she was a note editor for the Public Interest Law Journal, as well as Co-Director of the Student Advisory Commission and Co-Chair for the Public Interest Project Charity Auction.
Ms. Schubert began her legal career at one of Delaware’s largest law firms, Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP, in Wilmington, Delaware, where she worked on multi-million dollar corporate law cases, including mergers and acquisitions, Chapter 11 reorganizations, and commercial litigation. In 2012, Ms. Schubert relocated to New Orleans and established Schubert Legal to focus on her true passion, representation of individual citizens in their time of need.
Ms. Schubert joined the Lamothe Law Firm in 2017. Her areas of focus include civil lawsuits for sexual abuse survivors, and other personal injury matters including automobile accidents and premises liability claims.
As a member of the Louisiana Association for Justice, she headed the LAJ Women’s Caucus Publications Committee for 2019-2020, has written several articles for the LAJ Louisiana Advocates publication, and received the 2015 and 2020 LAJ Community Service Awards.
Super Lawyers® selected Ms. Schubert to the 2019 Louisiana Rising Stars list. These attorneys are recognized as outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. No more than 2.5 percent of the attorneys in the state are named to the Rising Star list.
In 2019 and 2021, she was also selected as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Louisiana by The National Trial Lawyers. Only a select few of the most qualified attorneys from each state receive this honor.
New Orleans CityBusiness selected Ms. Schubert as a winner of the Leadership in Law class of 2021 and 2022. Honorees are selected based on their professional and community involvement and achievements.
- Bring Your Case to Life with 3D Printed Evidence
- How to Spot Red-Flag Sexual Predator Behavior in the Early Stages
- Don’t Believe the Myths About Rape
- What to Do If You Have Been Sexually Assaulted
- Holding an Organization Vicariously Liable for Its Servant’s Sexually Abusive Acts
- A Cousin to Identity Theft, ‘Doxxing’ Is on the Rise
- 7 Signs Your Client Has a Vaccine-Injury
- Representativeness: How It Skews Judgment and Why You Should Care
- Shifting Defense Incentives in the Age of ‘Metrics
- Colossus: When Your Opponent is a Computer Algorithm
- Studies Show Increased Gender Diversity Can Improve Outcomes
- Harnessing the Power of Anchoring
- Responding to defendants’ avoidance tactics in answers to requests for admissions
- Refresher: effect of invoking the Fifth Amendment in civil cases
- Studies show increased gender diversity can improve outcomes
- Harnessing the power of anchoring
- Representativeness: How it skews judgment and why you should care
- Shifting defense incentives in the age of ‘metrics’
- Colossus: When your opponent is a computer algorithm