Paul E. Harrison was born in Wilmington, Delaware. He attended Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island. In 1992, Paul graduated with honors from Providence College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. After graduation, Paul relocated to Louisiana and attended the Paul M. Hebert School of Law at Louisiana State University. While in law school, Paul was a member of the Moot Court Board and a Tullis competitor. He received his juris doctorate degree in 1996.
Paul is admitted to practice before all Louisiana state and federal courts including the Louisiana Supreme Court and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Paul is also admitted before the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston. He has tried cases in state and federal courts across the state. He has argued successfully before the Louisiana Supreme Court and several of the Louisiana Appellate Courts.
Paul is the managing partner of Harrison & Richardson, which he founded in 2006 after working for law firms in New Orleans and Covington. He is a member of the Covington Bar Association, the Louisiana State Bar Association, and the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel.
Paul is an active member of his community, where he is a member of the Northlake-Mandeville Rotary Club and Leadership St. Tammany Class of 2017. He currently resides in Mandeville with his wife and three children.
- Zimko v. American Cyanamid, 905 So.2d 465, 2003-0658 (La.App. 4 Cir. 6/8/05) (toxic tort case)
- Bramley v. Nantachie Oil Co., 900 So.2d 944, 2004-1404 (La.App. 3 Cir. 3/16/05) (worker’s compensation case)
- Independent Fire Ins.. Co. v. Sunbeam, 755 So.2d 226, 1999-2181 (La. 2/28/00) (property damage case)
- Pretus v. Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc., 571 F.3d 478, (5th Cir. 2009) (maritime suit)
- Woodland v. Nalco Chemical Co., 114 FedAppx. 150, 2004WL2722523 (5th Cir 2004) (employment law)
- Westway Holdings Corp. v. Tate & Lyle, PLC, 2008WL4443052 (E.D. La. 2008) (corporate contract dispute)
- Hart v. Forest Oil Corp., 2005WL1038344 (E.D. La. 2005) (maritime suit)
- Arceneaux v. Amstar Corp., 66 So.3d 438 (La. 2011) (gradual hearing loss and insurance coverage)