Attorney Ann Thompson
A native of North Carolina and a graduate of Tulane University Law School, Ms. Thompson is an attorney practicing civil litigation throughout southeastern Louisiana.

Professional History

Ann Thompson joined Greenberg and LaPeyronnie in early 2010. She practices general civil litigation, with a particular focus on plaintiff’s personal injury work and family law. Other areas of practice include successions and small business litigation.

Ann Thompson is a member of the Louisiana state bar, is licensed to practice in the federal bar in the Eastern District of Louisiana, and is a licensed Louisiana notary. She is involved in multiple professional organizations including but not limited to the Louisiana Bar Association and its Family Law and Solo and Small Firms sections, the American Bar Association, the New Orleans Bar Association, and the Jefferson Bar Association. Ms. Thompson is listed as a referring attorney with ARAG Group legal insurance plan, Workplace Benefits, LLC, and the New Orleans Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service.
Ms. Thompson is an active member of the local community: she is a current member of the New Orleans chapter of the Young Leadership Council (YLC) and participates in their successful “Where Ya’ Rack” bicycle rack installation program. She was previously selected for and completed the competitive Young Leadership Series hosted by the YLC, was a member of the board of directors of the St. Bernard Battered Women’s Program, and was an active member of the Junior League of New Orleans. Ms. Thompson continues to participate in local community events and organizations and believes that the best attorneys are productive members of their local communities.

Academic History

Ann Thompson received a BA in English and a minor in photography from Appalachian State University in 2003. Ms. Thompson has traveled extensively; while earning her degree, she studied Spanish in Ronda, Spain for six months and later documented the Cuban slums in Havana and Santiago de Cuba while traveling on an academic visa.

She followed with a Juris Doctor from Tulane University Law School in 2008, where she received an academic scholarship. Ms. Thompson was an active student: she served as Vice President of Law Women, was an active member of Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF), Environmental Law Society, the International Law Society, and was nominated for Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. She studied international law at Tulane's summer programs in Amsterdam and Paris, where she earned the Paris Institute Certificate in European Legal Studies. During law school, she was sworn into practice as a student attorney with the Tulane Law School Domestic Violence Clinic and practiced before the Orleans Parish Civil District Court.

Email address: athompson (at) glnolalaw (dot) com

Profile updated September 2013