Angelica P. Dubinsky

Phone: 504-585-7500
Fax: 504-585-7775

2016, Louisiana
2020, Florida

Casualty || Commercial Litigation || Complex Litigation & Mass Torts ||  Construction || Insurance || International Trade & Business || Products Liability || Professional Liability ||

J.D., 2009, Tulane University Law School
B.Com., 2006, McGill University in Montreal, Canada

Angelica P. Dubinsky is an attorney at Leake & Andersson’s downtown New Orleans office that enjoys a diverse legal practice involving complex commercial litigation, insurance coverage, as well as transactional and professional liability matters. Her litigation experience includes construction, commercial, and contractual disputes, defect claims, public procurement and post-completion claims, coverage and insurance-related matters, and large-scale toxic tort litigation in Louisiana and Florida.

Ms. Dubinsky graduated from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University in Montreal, Canada — often referred to as “Canada’s Harvard” — with a degree in international business management. She moved to New Orleans in 2006, less than a year after Hurricane Katrina, to help the city rebuild while attending Tulane Law School. Ms. Dubinsky graduated in 2009, at the age of 23, earning both a juris doctorate degree and a civil law certificate.

Ms. Dubinsky is fluent in several languages, including Russian and French. Before beginning to practice law in Louisiana, she spent more than a decade working in the corporate sector with a variety of Fortune-500 companies, negotiating, drafting, and enforcing complex contractual agreements in the U.S. and abroad. Prior to joining Leake & Andersson, Ms. Dubinsky worked with Blue Williams’ toxic torts team, was corporate counsel for a national construction company, had opened her own, boutique law firm, which she specifically designed for business owners, and was a corporate defense attorney at another New Orleans’ area law firm. In addition to other worthy causes, Ms. Dubinsky volunteers with the Pro Bono Project and the Innocence Project.