Ms. Landry has been with Perry Dampf since 2010. Ms. Landry handles mediations and arbitrations throughout Louisiana, with a focus on large, complex design and construction cases.
Before joining the panel, she owned the boutique architecture firm, Landry Architecture, LLC. Her practice specialized in developing coastal communities along the Gulf of Mexico, from Florida to the southernmost tip of Texas. Ms. Landry also owned Coastal Restorations, LLC, a heavy-construction company that provided project and construction-management services to various governmental entities in Louisiana. Before starting her own architecture and construction companies, Ms. Landry, who is also a licensed attorney, was an associate with the Jones Walker Law Firm in New Orleans. Her practice focused on construction and design contracts, real estate and other general business matters.
In 2011 and 2012, Ms. Landry completed several intensive mediation courses offered by Pepperdine Law School’s Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, which U.S. News & World Report has ranked as the Number 1 dispute resolution program in the country for the past consecutive 8 years. The coursework included “Mediating the Litigated Case” and “Mediating Complex Construction Disputes”.
Admitted to the Bar, 1998, Louisiana. She is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, New Orleans Bar Association, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and American Institute of Architects. Architecture Licenses: LA, AL, FL, TX and MS. Qualifying Party for building construction company, License #52609: Heavy Construction; Highway, Street and Bridge Construction
“Ms. Landry did an excellent job mediating one of my recent cases. She was able to keep the mediation process moving toward a resolution even when it appeared both sides had reached an impasse. She was able to facilitate a settlement that allowed both sides to leave feeling satisfied with the outcome. My client and I thought Ms. Landry did a great job.”