meet Alayne

Alayne Gobeille

Alayne Gobeille has a background in environmental science and public health research, having obtained a master’s degree in natural resource, with a concentration in soil sciences from Cornell University. Alayne went to law school to better serve the communities she worked with as a researcher.

After graduating cum laude from Tulane University Law School with certificate in Environmental Law, she moved to the District of Columbia and worked with a boutique environmental law non-profit group. She also served a law clerk to the Hon. Lawrence J. O’Neill, former Chief Judge of the United States District Court for Eastern District of California. Alayne returned to New Orleans in 2016 and spent several years practicing in the fields of securities fraud class actions and shareholder derivative matters.

Alayne practices in the firm’s environmental and commercial litigation practice areas.


  • Tulane University Law School, New Orleans, LA, 2011, J.D. and Certificate of Environmental Law
  • Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 2004, M.S., Natural Resources
  • University of California, Davis, CA, 2000, B.S., Fermentation Science


  • Louisiana, State Courts of Louisiana
  • District of Columbia
  • Louisiana U.S. Federal District Courts
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan


  • Gobeille AK, Morland KB, Bopp RF, Godbold JH, Landrigan PJ. “Body Burdens of Mercury in Lower Hudson River Area Anglers” Environmental Research. 2006. 101 (3):205-212
  • Gobeille A, Yavitt J, Stalcup P, and Valenzuela A., “Effects of soil management practices on soil fertility measurements on Agave tequilana plantations in Western Central Mexico” Soil & Tillage Research. 2006. 87:80-88.
  • Morland KB, Landrigan PJ, Sjodin A, Gobeille AK, Jones RS, McGahee EE, Needham LL, Patterson DG. “Body Burdens of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers among Urban Anglers” Environmental Health Perspectives. 2005. 113 (112):1689-1692
  • Kimberly Morland, Alayne Gobeille, Anne Golden, James Godbold, Erin Moshier, Mary Wolff, Phillip Landrigan. “Fish Consumption and Body Burden of Pollutants in New York and New Jersey
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