Daniel L. Farris


Dan Farris’ practice is focused on general litigation, insurance defense, contract law, and criminal defense.  He has significant litigation and trial experience, including jury trials and appellate work.

In 2011, Dan received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from Louisiana State University—Shreveport where he was elected Phi Beta Kappa and served as President of the Student Organizational Council.  In 2015, Dan received his law degree from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center where he served on the Moot Court and Trial Advocacy boards.  Additionally, he was a member of the editorial staff of the Louisiana Mineral Law Institute’s newsletter.

After law school, Dan served as a clerk for the Honorable Jay Caraway, Judge for the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal (from 2015-2016) and the Honorable Henry Brown, Chief Judge for the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal (from 2016-2017).  In 2018, he was recognized by the Shreveport Bar Foundation as the Top Pro Bono Volunteer Attorney.  He is also a member of the Booth-Politz American Inn of Court, and, in 2021 was elected to the House of Delegates for the Louisiana State Bar Association, representing the First Judicial District.

Dan is an active member of the community.  He is a current member of the board of directors and past president of the Providence House.  In 2018, he was included in SB Magazine’s “Top 40 under 40.”  In his spare time, Dan spends time with his fiancé, Trinicia, and their cat, Mary Anne, acts in Community Theater, and writes fiction novels.  Dan joined the firm in 2022