T E A M
LILA TRITICO HOGAN
Daniel graduated in 2015 from the oldest law school in America, William & Mary. Originally from the Northeast, he moved to Louisiana with a civil rights organization, Gideon’s Promise, devoted to the cause of indigent criminal defense, which has been his passion since working in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with the NGO International Bridges to Justice.
Daniel previously taught at a university in China—他会说一点中文.
Habla un poco de español también.
Jane grew up in Hammond, Louisiana and earned a degree in Russian Area Studies from the Louisiana State University. Following graduation, she spent two years living and working in South America. In 2013, Jane earned her law degree from the Louisiana State University and worked for two years as a public defender in Lafayette. In 2016, she returned to Hammond and began a private practice specializing in post-trial representation. Jane applies creative and client-centered advocacy to each case and has succeeded in overturning convictions and negotiating reduced sentences.
In addition to private practice, Jane taught parole and clemency law to students in the LSU Law Center’s Parole and Reentry Clinic. She has also worked with the Louisiana Parole Project and serves on the amicus committee of the Louisiana Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys.
Jane has argued before the Federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and every intermediate state appellate court.