Alainna R. Mire
Alainna R. Mire currently serves as president of the Louisiana State Bar Association (LSBA). She is the chief resilience officer and an assistant attorney for the City of Alexandria and a former human resources director. She received a BA degree in political science in 2000 from Louisiana State University and her JD/BCL degree in 2004 from LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center. She was admitted to practice in Louisiana in 2004.
Alainna served as LSBA president-elect in 2019-20 and was a member of the Executive Committee, the Budget Committee and the Bar Governance Committee. She is a member of the Access to Justice Commission. She served as secretary and Louisiana Bar Journal editor in 2015-17. She served as LSBA Young Lawyers Division chair, chair-elect, secretary and District 6 representative. She served on the LSBA’s Board of Governors as House of Delegates Liaison Committee chair and was a member of the LSBA’s Legislation Committee, the Community Action Committee and the Public Information Committee.
She served on the Louisiana Bar Foundation’s (LBF) Board and its Budget Committee and co-chaired the LBF’s Membership Committee.
A former officer of the Central Louisiana Pro Bono Project and chair of the Alexandria Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Council, she is a member of the Alexandria Bar Association and the American Bar Association. She is a former chair of the United Way of Central Louisiana.