After practicing law in Monroe, Louisiana for 19
years while serving as an elected parish official for 12, our family
moved to DC in 1997 upon my wife Mary Landrieu's election to the
We purchased a vacant lot on Capitol Hill and built
a home on E Capitol Street, four blocks from the Capitol. The real
estate market was quite weak at the time but I believed it would
improve and it has. I became the contractor shortly after construction
of the house began and completed it in the Summer of 2002. What
a learning experience dealing with subs, suppliers carpenters and
After Mary's re-election in 2002, in which I was
active, I decided to pursue a new direction as a real estate agent.
Real estate law was the part of my legal practice I had enjoyed
the most so it made perfect sense. The more flexible schedule allows
me the to help Mary keep up with our teenage son Connor and our
younger daughter Mary Shannon.
It has been a wonderful and satisfying experience.
My primary areas of concentration are Capitol Hill, the Penn Quarter,
Georgetown and upper northwest DC. I hold DC and Virginia licenses.
It would be my pleasure to assist you with your residential real
estate needs in DC and northern Virginia. I look forward to working