Amanda L. Deto-Sloan

Amanda L. Deto-Sloan Associate

P 504 535 2868
One Canal Place, 365 Canal Street, Suite 3000
New Orleans, LA 70130
One Canal Place, 365 Canal Street, Suite 3000, New Orleans, LA 70130

Amanda is an associate in the firm’s New Orleans, Louisiana office focusing her practice in complex trial litigation.

Prior to joining the New Orleans team, Amanda worked for MG+M in our Boston office where she worked with the trial team on numerous high-stakes cases involving areas such as environmental liability, securities regulation, mergers and acquisitions, First Amendment rights, and intellectual property. Amanda also has extensive knowledge of the substantive and procedural requirements of federal regulations as issued by both the Environmental Protection Agency and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. 

Amanda received her J.D. from New England Law | Boston where she graduated magna cum laude, ranked third in her class. During her time in law school, she served on the editorial board of the New England Law Review and received the CALI Award of Excellence, awarded to the highest scoring student, in her Negotiation, Evidence, Financial Sector Law & Compliance, Energy Law, Mediation, Products Liability, and Business Planning courses. Amanda also completed an honors judicial externship in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with the Honorable John W. deGravelles during the summer of her 2L year. Amanda received her B.A. in Political Science from Florida Gulf Coast University in 2015 where she also graduated magna cum laude.

Bar Admissions
  • Louisiana
  • US District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana
  • US District Court, Western District of Louisiana
  • US District Court, Middle District of Louisiana
  • US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
  • New England Law | Boston, JD, magna cum laude, 2018
  • Florida Gulf Coast University, BA, magna cum laude, 2015
  • Secured a unanimous defense verdict for a talc-powder product manufacturer in the first cosmetic talc trial to proceed to verdict in Chicago. This case marks the second unanimous talc trial defense verdict for both the company and MG+M.
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