Paul J. Boudreaux
The complexity of the legal system requires a zealous advocate and a commitment to excellence. Keys to client satisfaction and timely resolutions necessitate attention to detail as well as empathy. As an advocate, I pride myself on being able to see the big picture. I make every effort to keep my clients informed and in a position to exercise all of their legal rights. My goal is to ensure my client’s voice is heard, no matter the situation.
Paul J. Boudreaux is an associate at Rodgers Kee Card & Strophy, P.S., that focuses on plaintiff’s rights and civil litigation. Mr. Boudreaux has over ten years of experience in public advocacy, and was a National All-American collegiate debater. Mr. Boudreaux was recipient of the Lester M. Goodall best brief award while attending law school. Additionally, Mr. Boudreaux was a member of the Washburn University School of Law Moot Court team. He was also certified in excellence during Washburn’s Intensive Trial Advocacy Program.
During law school, Mr. Boudreaux worked for the largest medical underwriter in the State of Kansas and did an internship at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Mr. Boudreaux’s varied background allows him to expeditiously identify and resolve legal issues his clients face. Mr. Boudreaux is involved in most forms of litigation and provides support in all of the firm’s practice areas.
- J.D., Washburn University School of Law Cum Laude
- B.A., Cameron University Business Administration: Focus in Economics Magna Cum Laude