Robert Hallack is the principal of Hallack Law Offices in Baton Rouge. In 1989, he earned his J.D. degree, cum laude, at Southern University Law Center. He was also Associate Editor of the Southern University Law Review by virtue of his article, "Louisiana's Comparative Fault Doctrine and the Mitigation of Damages," which was cited by the Louisiana Supreme Court. During his last year of studies, Mr. Hallack was awarded the West Publishing Award for Scholastic Achievement. Since 1989, he has devoted his practice to personal injury and wrongful death cases, including vehicle accidents, medical negligence, nursing home negligence, professional malpractice, maritime accidents, premises accidents and injuries at work. On behalf of the National Business Institute, Mr. Hallack has authored and lectured extensively on trial procedure and practices, evidence, proving damages, alternative dispute resolution, and with regard to the following areas of law: medical malpractice, nursing home abuse/negligence, and workers' compensation issues. He is a member of the Baton Rouge and Louisiana State bar associations as well as all Federal courts in the state. Mr. Hallack is also a member of the Wex Malone American Inns of Court.