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Lacrisha McAllister

Associate Attorney


LaCrisha McAllister is an associate in our Products Liability and Mass Tort practice group.

A recent law school graduate, Ms. McAllister is passionate about achieving justice for unsuspecting consumers, employees, and families exposed to harmful products and chemicals.

Before joining Singleton Schreiber, Ms. McAllister received her bachelor's degree in criminal justice and a master's degree in social work at Illinois State University. Soon thereafter, Ms. McAllister attended Southern University Law Center where she served as the Trial Advocacy Board Vice President and competed nationally in trial competitions, as well as serving as a junior editor for both the Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty and Southern University Law Review. As a law student, Ms. McAllister served as a research assistant in the Louis Berry Institute for Civil Rights and Injustice under Angela Allen-Bell, solidifying her commitment to the advancement of civil and human rights and social and restorative justice. In 2021, Ms. McAllister graduated cum laude among the top 10% in her class with a Juris Doctor degree in Law and received the CALI Award of Excellence for the highest grade in Legal Writing and Trial Advocacy.

From there, Ms. McAllister served as a judicial law clerk for Honorable Judge Jennifer M. Medley of Orleans Civil District Court, an associate attorney at a New Orleans firm specializing in Chemical Exposures, Toxic Torts, and Personal Injury, and Bullock Ward Mason specializing in Mass Torts.

She is admitted to practice in Louisiana. 

Honors & Awards

  • 2023 Super Lawyers Rising Star
  • 2023 The National Black Lawyers Top 40 Under 40
  • 2019 Thurgood Marshall College Fund Leadership Institute Scholar
  • 2018 CALI Excellence for the Future Award

News & Publications


• Quarters in the Court: How the Gender Pay Gap Affects Black Women in Law

• Closing the Loophole: A Critical Analysis of the Peremptory Challenge and Why it Should be Abolished

Speaking Engagements

  • Asbestos Law Symposium CLE 2022- New Orleans Bar Association
  • Normalizing Your Presence: Branding for Young Women Attorney’s- Ms. JD
  • A Case for Black Attorneys and their Mental Health- Kullman Firm Henry P. Julien, II Law Scholars Program


  • MDL 3060 In Re; Hair Relaxer Marketing, Sales Practices, And Products Litigation: Leadership Development Sub-Committee

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