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Steven J. Koehler earned his Juris Doctor degree from the L.S.U. Law Center in 1980. He spent the next year as law clerk for the 14th Judicial District Court in Lake Charles. There he had an opportunity to what was successful in court by observing many lawyers, and by talking with the judges about the trials and motions which had just been heard.
After his clerkship ended, he moved back to Metairie, LA. For the first three years, he assisted a law firm which primarily did personal injury work. In 1984, he changed his focus to defending insurance companies, which he found more fulfilling. It afforded him more time in the courtroom than any other kind of civil law practice. Over the next ten years, he handled thousands of cases, often having three or four cases set for trial in a week. That was where he learned how to effectively organize his practice to be able to handle many cases at once.
In 1988, he joined the firm of Leefe, Gibbs & Koehler, and expanded his practice to include representing small businesses.
In 1991, he became a director of a small community bank.
In October of 2001, he established The Koehler Firm. He specializes in successions and estate planning.
He is happily married to his wife Susan, and has a son and a daughter.
Rachel Warren earned her Juris Doctor degree from the LSU Law Center in 2019. While in Baton Rouge, she spent two years working as a law clerk for a judge in Baton Rouge City Court. In 2020, she decided to move home to Metairie to be closer to her family and joined The Koehler Firm in August of that year.
Before she decided to enter law school, Rachel worked professionally as a reporter for several Louisiana newspapers. In 2014, she went back to school and earned a certificate in Paralegal Studies from LSU and worked as a paralegal intern for the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office and as a legal assistant at a personal injury firm in Baton Rouge. While in law school, she worked as a legal intern at a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping sexual assault survivors. She also participated in several volunteer activities on campus, including community service and clinics to provide free legal help to those who could not afford it. During her final year of law school, Rachel was also the news editor of the Law Center’s newspaper, The Civilian.