Alexandre (Alex) Bonin joined the Bonin Law Firm as an attorney in 2007 and assumed the management role when Judge Bonin was elected to the Louisiana 4 th Circuit in 2008. His practice is mainly focused on assisting clients who are injured in automobile accidents and premises liability accidents recover the injuries and damages that result, as well as assisting families handle the successions and estates of their deceased loved ones. He also defends individuals from actions by local and state agencies, such as the Alcohol and Tobacco Control and New Orleans Code Enforcement. He believes that agencies who wish to hold individuals accountable should also be held accountable in following the rules and procedures under which they operate. However, Alexandre does not limit his practice, and he is eager to help clients solve any problems they encounter.
Alexandre is admitted to practice is all Louisiana State Courts, the Western District of Louisiana, Middle District of Louisiana, Eastern District of Louisiana, and the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Alexandre is a graduate of Jesuit High School (’00), the University of Alabama (’04) and Loyola College of Law (’07). Alexandre and his wife, Kristin, live in Lakeview and are parishioners at St. Pius X. When he is not at work, Alexandre is busy chasing around his kids (Ainsley, Beckett, and Davis) or following the New Orleans Saints of whom he is avid fan of and longtime season ticket holder.
Jean-Marc (Marc) Bonin joined the Bonin Law Firm as an attorney in 2016. He is passionate about representing his clients and specializes in Personal Injury Law and Workers’ Compensation.
A native of New Orleans, Marc graduated from Jesuit High School in 2006. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern Mississippi where he majored in History. Marc earned his Juris Doctorate from Southern University Law Center. Marc studied law for a semester in the United Kingdom at the highly regarded University College London.
Before realizing he wanted to be an attorney, Marc had a variety of different jobs. He worked as a bartender in Colorado, in shipyards in New Orleans, and he coached football for his alma mater, Jesuit. Marc’s diverse work experience taught him the value of hard work. It has also given him a better understanding of the issues his clients face and has been integral in helping him solve those problems.
When he’s not working, Marc loves to spend time with his wife (Natalie), young son (Paul), and their two hound dogs (Hank and Riggs). Like his prior work experiences, Marc has a lot of hobbies. On the weekends, he's either with his family, hunting, golfing, or watching the Saints or Pelicans.
Marc is admitted to practice is all Louisiana State Courts, the Western District of Louisiana, and Eastern District of Louisiana.
Christian Bonin grew up wanting to be a lawyer. Inspired by literary greats like Atticus Finch, Vincent Gambini, Lt. Daniel Kaffee, and Perry Mason, Christian’s practice has largely focused on defending those accused of crimes.
Christian earned his diploma from Jesuit High School (2002), his Bachelor of Science of Science from the University of Alabama (2006) and his Juris Doctor from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law (2012). During his final year at Loyola, Christian participated in the Rule XX program. As a Rule XX, Christian interned with the Orleans Parish District Attorney Office where he tried cases to Judge Frank Marullo. After securing convictions, Christian knew his passion lay in defending those accused of crimes.
He has now expanded his knowledge base and practice allowing him to help people with any problem. Christian has represented clients in personal injury, succession, foreclosure and eviction proceedings, and of course, criminal defense.
Christian is admitted to practice is all Louisiana State Courts, the Western District of Louisiana, and the Eastern District of Louisiana.
Thao is a New Orleans native and second generation American born to Vietnamese refugees. She graduated from Loyola University New Orleans in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a minor in Biology.
After college, Thao shifted her focus to a career in law after witnessing firsthand the personal and business obstacles faced by her parents and family members. In 2013, she successfully earned her Juris Doctor from Loyola University College of Law and began working for Bonin Law.
As an intern, and later as an attorney for Bonin Law, she developed a deep appreciation and empathy for hardworking individuals suffering painful and debilitating injuries. Her experience, knowledge, and skills has since aided numerous clients with their personal injury, worker’s compensation, and succession matters.
Breion Washington was born and raised in New Orleans. She was a daycare educator for 5 years before deciding she need a career change. Now she enjoys using the people skills she learned from being an educator, to help ease clients’ minds when dealing with insurance companies at Bonin Law Firm. Breion is also pursuing a degree in Business Administration and Marketing.
During her free time, she loves to travel, do CrossFit, and babysitting for families she loves. Breion understands the value of family and she has found that and much more at Bonin Law Firm.