Benjamin Treuting is an associate attorney at deGravelles & Palmintier. He was raised in Marksville, Louisiana, and graduated from Holy Savior Menard Central High School in Alexandria, Louisiana in 2007. Prior to attending law school, he received his Bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University. Benjamin earned his Juris Doctorate and Diploma in Comparative Law from the Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar, in 2015.
During his time at LSU Law, Benjamin competed in multiple trial advocacy competitions, including a First Place finish in the LSU Law Center Arbitration Competition in the Spring of 2015. While in practice, he has zealously worked for all the Partners of deGravelles Palmintier in advancing the interests of the firm’s clients. Benjamin is a member of the Baton Rouge Bar Association, Louisiana Bar Association, Louisiana Association for Justice, American Association of Justice, and is admitted to practice before all Louisiana State Courts, including the Louisiana Supreme Court, as well as all United States Federal District Courts in the state of Louisiana.
deGravelles & Palmintier is more than just a workplace for Ben. He and his wife met at deGravelles & Palmintier in 2009 as they worked their way through college. The experience and work ethic he gained through his early employment at the firm was a driving force behind his ultimate decision to attend law school and become an attorney. In his leisure time, he most enjoys golf, tennis, and spending quality time with his wife and three beautiful children.