Attorney Profile: Joseph Marriott

935 Gravier Street, Suite 2020
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 324-1886
Fax: (504) 534-8961

– Tulane University, B.A.
– Loyola University New Orleans , J.D.

– Louisiana (All State & Federal Courts)

– New Orleans Bar Association Real Property Section
– Louisiana Land Title Association​
– New Orleans Regional Council of Business Economics​
– Young Leadership Council of New Orleans

– Real Estate Transactions
– Business General Counsel
– Tax Title Litigation

Joseph Marriott earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola University of New Orleans College of Law. He received his civil law degree and a certificate in tax law. While at Loyola, he was an active member in several student organizations including the Real Estate Law Society, Student Bar Association, Tax Law Society, and Tax Law Clinic. Additionally, Joseph stayed active in the New Orleans real estate industry by working as a legal clerk for the New Orleans commercial real estate firm of NAI Latter & Blum.

Originally, from Bettendorf, Iowa, Joseph relocated to New Orleans just prior to Hurricane Katrina. In post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans, Joseph met his wife Linsey and received his B.A. from Tulane University. Prior to pursuing his law degree, he spent several years in the private sector where he worked as a manager in the construction and hospitality industry.

In addition to practicing law, Joseph is a Louisiana licensed real estate and title insurance agent. He is active in several civic organizations including the New Orleans Bar Association Real Property Section, Louisiana Land Title Association, New Orleans Regional Council of Business Economics, and Young Leadership Council of New Orleans.

Joseph maintains a successful real estate practice where he represents businesses, banks, lenders, brokers, agents, and individuals in all capacities and forms of commercial and residential real estate transactions and litigation. His practice includes representing parties in sales, purchases, and leasing of real estate, zoning issues, redhibitory defect litigation, contract disputes, and tax title suits.

When Joseph is not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and young son, Brady, partaking in all the treasures New Orleans has to offer – food, family and friends.