HUGH P. LAMBERT

THE LAMBERT FIRM

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HUGH P. LAMBERT photoHugh “Skip” Lambert specializes in maritime, products liability, toxic tort, environmental, class action, whistleblower and multi-district litigation. Mr. Lambert is a mechanical engineer by education, having received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Michigan in 1969. Mr. Lambert was a production process engineer and general foreman at General Motors’ Willow Run Facility in Ypsilanti, Michigan from 1963 to 1970. In 1970 he moved to New Orleans to attend Loyola Law School, where he studied maritime law and was Lead Article Editor of the Loyola Law Review. He received his J.D. in 1973. After serving as a law clerk for United States District Judge Blake West in the Eastern District of New Orleans from 1973 to 1975, Hugh became the protégé of the renowned maritime lawyer, Frederick J. Gisevius, Jr. In 1977, he founded The Lambert Firm and quickly grew the firm to one of the most successful maritime injury law firms in New Orleans. For over 40 years, Mr. Lambert has built a reputation of skill, candor and resiliency as a representative of individuals in the maritime and oil & gas world. The Lambert Firm is one of the most prestigious and well respected firms in the Gulf Coast, and has expanded under his leadership to become a leader in mass torts, class actions, multi-district litigation, qui tam cases, and environmental contamination lawsuits. Mr. Lambert has tried hundreds of cases, many of which garnered national and international notoriety.
HUGH P. LAMBERT
THE LAMBERT FIRM
701 Magazine St. New Orleans, LA 70130
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