Darla Nguyen
Darla N. Nguyen
Email: dnn@kullmanlaw.com


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  • Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, J.D., May 2023
    • Loyola Maritime Law Journal, Ad Hoc Executive Board Member
    • Legal Research and Writing, Teacher’s Assistant
    • Moot Court, Staff Member and National Criminal Procedure Tournament Competitor
    • Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Student Body Association Representative
  • Louisiana State University, B.A., Mass Communication, 2017, magna cum laude; Minors: Business Administration and Spanish


  • Louisiana
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
  • U.S. District Courts: Eastern, Middle and Western Districts of Louisiana


  • Louisiana State Bar Association

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I find it quite satisfying to perform in-depth research and analysis on various legal questions and then form sound conclusions on how the law applies to clients’ cases. By looking at the big picture, identifying how a specific issue fits into a broader context, and determining the unique and differentiating aspects of each matter, I can help our team make highly informed decisions and begin building an advantageous case narrative.

Practice Overview

Darla Nguyen brings a broad legal perspective, intellectual capability, and salient employment law experience to her practice. She draws on diverse legal training to adeptly assist clients in all aspects of employment law.

Previously, Darla served as a summer associate at The Kullman Firm; as a judicial extern for the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal; and as an intern for the Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal. In these positions she gained an understanding of the inner workings of the judiciary. She also gained experience in a wide variety of areas that now benefit her litigation practice, including critical pretrial procedure, important trial strategies, and appellate advocacy.

In addition, Darla’s law school career greatly enhanced her legal counseling and courtroom skills. For example, she competed in a highly regarded and competitive national moot court competition where she learned to sharpen her oral advocacy skills. She also assisted with legal research and writing classes and served as an ad hoc executive board member of the Loyola Maritime Law Journal. She also served as the student body association representative to the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.

In all her interactions, Darla emphasizes active listening to ensure she fully comprehends her client’s message and concerns. She applies these same high standards for accuracy and clarity to her written work. Darla’s commitment to effective communication skills makes her a strong advocate for clients both in the courtroom and out.

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