J. Allen Cooper, Jr.

Allen Cooper was born in 1966 in Coushatta, Louisiana. He grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, and attended Caddo Magnet High School, where he graduated near the top of the class in the first class to go all four (4) years to the then new high school. He then attended LSUS and graduated with honors with a degree in Economics. While at LSUS he served as a student government association senator. He also was awarded the Outstanding Economics Student Award in 1988, which is awarded to one senior each year by the faculty.

In 1988, Allen began attending the LSU Law Center. While at the LSU Law Center, he was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award in Insurance law. He was also on the Chancellor’s list. Upon graduation in 1991, Allen returned to Shreveport to practice law with a local law firm. In 1994, Allen began to focus his practice in the areas of personal injury law, workers' compensation law, social security disability law and medical malpractice law.

Allen Cooper has practiced law all across North Louisiana. He has made appearances before courts in Shreveport, Bossier, Mansfield, Many, Coushatta, Homer, Monroe and Alexandria. He has practiced in city, state and federal courts.

1n 2010, Allen Cooper started The Law Office of Allen Cooper, LLC. The goal of the law firm is to protect the legal rights of those people who need help the most, the injured and the disabled.

Areas of Expertise:

• Injury Cases
• Workers' Compensation
• Car Wrecks
• Big Truck Wrecks
• Fall Cases
• Medical Malpractice
• Social Security Disability



J. Christopher Miciotto

Chris Miciotto was born in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1969. He attended high school at Loyola College Prep in Shreveport. Chris received his Bachelor's degree in Legal Studies from the University of Louisiana-Monroe (1993), where he also served as a student assistant coach and recruiter for the men's basketball team. During his time at ULM, the men's basketball team won four Southland Conference championships and made four NCAA Tournament appearances

Chris received his law degree from Oklahoma City University (1997) and returned home to Shreveport to practice law. He also taught American History and coached golf at Woodlawn High School and Fair Park High School in Shreveport from 2007 to 2014, and was an adjunct professor of history at Bossier Parish Community College. Due to his success and popularity as a teacher, he was selected Teacher of the Year in 2013.

In 2014, Chris joined the Law Office of Allen Cooper, LLC. Chris has years of experience handling personal injury (auto accidents, slip and fall accidents, and premises liability injuries), workers' compensation (on-the-job injuries), social security disability, criminal law, and family law cases. He also handles cases in sports and entertainment law, representing professional athletes and actors. He has been named as one of the top lawyers by SB Magazine in multiple years.

Areas of Expertise:

• Injury Cases
• Workers' Compensation
• Social Security Disability
• Criminal Law
• Divorce
• Custody



Pamela King

Pamela King moved to Louisiana in 2002 after spending the majority of her life in Alaska. She became a notary public in 2008 and obtained a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana Tech in 2012, where her focus was on business administration. She also holds an individual producer insurance license for life, health, accident and title.

Pamela then conducted her post-graduate studies at Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, during which time she held the position of vice-president of the Tax Law Society. She also served as the law center’s site coordinator for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and volunteered at the Baton Rouge Family Court Self Help Resource Center. In addition, she completed an internship program with the Shreveport Bar Association’s Pro Bono Project. Pamela graduated with her juris doctorate in 2017 and was admitted to the Louisiana bar in 2018.

Pamela was also a contract attorney for the Shreveport Bar Foundation’s Legal Representation for Victims of Domestic Violence, where she represented those seeking protective orders.

She received an Appreciation Award from the Shreveport Bar Foundation Pro Bono Project for her volunteer work in 2018. Pamela joined The Law Office of Allen Cooper, LLC in 2019.


Christopher D. Broussard

Chris was born in Orange, Texas in 1971, attended West Orange-Stark High School and graduated near the top of his class in 1989 despite dedicating himself year-round to Swimming and Championship Cross Examination Debate, winning numerous awards and accolades in those activities. From there he matriculated at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas and graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Science in Communication. While at Lamar, Chris participated in parliamentary debate and served as the Chief Justice of the Student Court.

Chris received a Full Dean’s Scholarship to the University of Houston Law Center and graduated with a Doctorate in Jurisprudence in 1998. He was admitted to the Texas Bar that same year and joined a private law firm in Beaumont, Texas as an asbestos litigator shortly afterward. Chris moved to Shreveport, Louisiana in September of 2000, joining another law firm to continue his practice in mass tort litigation. He was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in early 2001. Chris opened his solo practice in 2002, expanding his practice areas to include all forms of personal injury litigation, family law, and criminal law.

In 2019, Chris left solo practice and joined the Law Office of Allen Cooper to continue fighting for the legal rights of the injured and disabled.