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Attorney Gregory Cook of Baton Rouge, LA; ethical gremlin


The state of Louisiana presented Gregory Cook with a law license in 2012 after he graduated from Loyola University School of Law.


The Office of Disciplinary Counsel found Greg guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Engaged in an egregious conflict of interest
  • Represented two sisters and a brother in handling mother’s estate
  • Allowed judge to split mother’s estate between two sisters when they told Greg the brother wasn’t interested in sharing in the estate without ever asking the brother if this was true
  • After the court split mother’s estate between the two sister’s w/o brother’s knowledge, he hired an attorney, contested the award, and the probate court reversed the award to the two sisters and named the brother as administer of the estate

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Louisiana Supreme Court punished Greg by gifting him with a complimentary stayed 1-year suspension of his law license. 


In truth, the comedians sitting on the Louisiana Supreme Court didn’t mete out any meaningful punishment to Greg.


As we speak (ca. June 2019), Greg practices his brand of law at 1746 Wooddale Blvd in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.




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