Jarrett S. Falcon was born and raised on the Westbank of New Orleans, Louisiana. After graduating from Archbishop Shaw High School he went to Louisiana State University where he received his B.A. in Political Science. While at L.S.U. he worked for a criminal defense firm in Baton Rouge. Following L.S.U. he attended Loyola University Law School and earned his juris doctor degree with a focus in civil law. Jarrett is licensed to practice law in all Louisiana State Courts and the Eastern District Of Louisiana Federal Court. His areas of practice include maritime, personal injury, toxic exposure, and general civil litigation. While still in college Jarrett co-founded GNO Youth Coalition, a small non-profit that organizes fund-raising efforts for underprivileged and at-risk youth in the Greater New Orleans area. He now lives in Marrero with his wife Heather. In his free time he plays rugby for the New Orleans Rugby Club, and helps coach Archbishop Shaw’s rugby team.