Clay Parker was born and raised in Livingston Parish north of Albany, Louisiana. Clay graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in 2014. Clay graduated Louisiana State University in 2018 cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. Following graduation, Clay worked in the civil engineering field before attending Louisiana State University for law school. Clay graduated law school in May 2022 and was admitted to practice in October 2022.
During and after law school, Clay worked as a law clerk for the 21st Judicial District Court under Judge Brenda Bedsole Ricks and Judge Jeffery T. Oglesbee. Clay joined the Mack Law Firm in November 2022 and practices in various fields of law, including: civil litigation, successions, estate planning, personal injury, and other legal issues.
Clay lives with his wife in Watson, Louisiana. Clay serves Livingston Parish as a member of the Livingston Parish Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. Outside of the Mack Law Firm, Clay is an avid saltwater fisherman and a licensed private pilot.
Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Baton Rouge, LA: J.D./D.C.L., 2022
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA: B.S. in Civil Engineering, 2018