Carlo Gulina is a Baton Rouge native and attended Louisiana State University for his undergraduate degree in mass communication. He then attended LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center to obtain his juris doctorate degree. While at LSU, Carlo was on the Chancellor’s Honor Roll twice and was class president in his final year of law school, where he was given the opportunity to speak at his commencement ceremony. He also studied at Faculté de Droit, Université Jean Moulin III – study abroad program (Lyon, France), in 2012. In his spare time, Carlo enjoys fishing and attending LSU football, basketball, and baseball games. Carlo’s favorite thing about being an attorney is being able to help those in need, especially when they are in a really tough spot. Carlo credits his mother, Barbara Cook, for inspiring him to choose a career in the legal field. He is also a proud member of the Baton Rouge Bar Association and the Louisiana State Bar Association.