About Peyton Bowman
Peyton Bowman graduated from the University of New Orleans with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, focusing on applied biopsychology and industrial psychology. From there, Peyton was accepted into Loyola University College of Law’s civil law division and graduated with her Juris Doctorate in May 2019. While in law school, Peyton participated in the Community Outreach Committee, Moot Court, and the Community Justice Law Clinic. Peyton has dedicated a large portion of her practice to serving low-income clients with their legal needs, ranging from housing needs, discrimination in the workplace, and contract disputes. Peyton is also passionate about helping those members of the LGBTQ+ community with legally changing their names or gender markers. Today, Peyton’s practice is largely comprised of civil rights cases – police brutality, racial discrimination, gender discrimination, false arrests, and illegal searches and seizures, but she also has extensive experience in medical malpractice, corporate law, insurance disputes, and personal injury.
An expert in conducting focus groups for jury research, Peyton also conducts focus groups for her own firm and for firms across the country to better understand the unique and complex needs of each case before they go to trial.
Peyton is associated with the National Lawyers Guild, Louisiana Association for Justice, and the Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund. Peyton has also been nationally recognized by the American Institute of Trial Lawyers for her exceptional courtroom abilities and was awarded the Top 40 Under 40 award in 2020.