Mr. Douglas obtained his Juris Doctor with a certification in taxation from Loyola University College of Law in 2011. While studying for his degree, he interned at Lowe Stein, joining as an attorney in 2012. Mr. Douglas’ practice areas include commercial transactions and litigation, with a majority of his practice devoted to trust and estate planning and administration, tax exempt organizations, and tax planning and controversy. Mr. Douglas has successfully settled a contested succession with $1 Million paid to Lowe Stein’s clients, organized a regional magazine and obtained a 501(c)(3) for an American fundraising arm of a Thai nonprofit organization. Mr. Douglas is very civically active, and is a member of the New Orleans Estate Planning Council, Louisiana Bar Association, American Bar Association, Lambda Legal New Orleans Leadership Committee, and a Board Member of both Project Lazarus and Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans.