Caroline E. Bossier
T (832) 681-5437
M (504) 756-8562
F (713) 971-8962


Caroline is an energetic, reliable, and conscientious litigator who’s “all in” when it comes to producing results for clients. Her background in finance and accounting, teamed with a relentless ability to pursue facts make her an asset on any trial team, while her “Big Easy” nature (being a New Orleans native) effortlessly fosters collaboration with colleagues and clients. Caroline’s practice focuses in the energy sector with a concentration on subrogation recovery. She represents both plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial, insurance, personal injury, construction defect, products liability, and contract matters.

Caroline immersed herself in the London insurance market prior to law school, gaining invaluable insight and experience with issues surrounding insurance and claims-handling. Her advocacy skills were honed from a young age by her family’s method of “holding court” to resolve sibling squabbles, requiring that Caroline and her two sisters persuasively state their side of the “case.” Immediately out of law school, Caroline worked at a boutique litigation law firm, where she received early experience trying cases in a construction dispute arbitration and the federal jury trial of a complex employment dispute.

Caroline received her B.S. in International Trade and Finance from Louisiana State University, and remains an unabashed and committed LSU supporter, donning the purple and gold for all sporting events. She completed her J.D. at the University of Houston Law Center, where she competed in The Lefkowitz and the John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competitions and was named Editor for the Houston Journal of International Law. At home, her interest in travel and all things international translates to a husband that hails from Scotland and a quail-and-duck hunting Vizsla dog from Hungary.

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