James Carter is a nationally recognized and accomplished civil trial attorney. He often states that he could never thank God enough for his Parents who gave him a solid foundation. Mr. Carter has tried to verdict, settled, and been associated with multiple high-value cases ranging from $1,000,000 to $70,000,000. His skillfully
aggressive approach to the civil jury trial world gained him elite memberships into the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. In 2012 and 2016, New Orleans City Business Magazine recognized James Carter as a Leader in Law. He serves as faculty for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) and The National Bar Association-Civil Trial Advocacy Boot Camp Program; he is a Civil Trial Ligation Adjunct Professor at Howard University School of Law and sits on the Howard University School of Law Board of Visitors. He also served as an Adjunct Trial Advocacy Professor at the Tulane University School of
Law. Operating regularly as “High Stakes Counsel” when there are millions of dollars on the line, law firms throughout the United States hire Mr. Carter on their trial teams. The James Carter distinction is that he cares about his clients and fights for them from
the depths of his heart.
- Howard University School of Law (J.D.) – 1997
- Howard University (B.A.) – 1991 Washington D.C.
- McDonogh #35 College Preparatory Senior High
School – 1987
- New Orleans Center for the Creave Arts (Theater) –