WILLAIM A. REPASKE
Admitted to Bar: Louisiana, 1986; also admitted to United States District Court
for the Western District of Louisiana, the United States Fifth
Circuit Court of Appeal and the United States Tax Court
Education: Ohio Wesleyan University (B.A. 1976)
University of Georgia (M.S. 1981)
Louisiana State University (J.D. 1985)
Memberships: Louisiana State Bar Association; Inn on the Teche an American
Inns of Court; Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel;
American Bar Association
William ("Bill") A. Repaske became a partner with the firm on January 1, 1993. He moved to "Of Counsel" (semi-retired) status on January 1, 2022. He still maintains a general practice, including domestic and family law, personal injury, successions, real estate and general litigation.
Bill completed the 42 hour mediator training program at the Strauss Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University. Although he has not acted as a mediator, the training has proven instrumental in successfully settling cases through the mediation process.
In addition to his law degree, Bill has an undergraduate degree with majors in plant ecology (Botany-Bacteriology) and animal behavior (Zoology), and a master's degree in swamp ecology (Botany). Prior to entering the field of law, Bill was a field biologist at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory on the U.S. Department of Energy's Savannah River Plant (now Savannah River Site) in Aiken, South Carolina.
Bill is an avid motorcyclist and photographer in his spare time.