Diemminh Pham Dinh Peters, Associate
Tulane University Law School, L.L.M. (Distinction)
- The College of Law Australia, Grad. Dip. Leg. Prac.
- Queensland University of Technology, L.L.B. (Hons)
- Queensland University of Technology, B.Bus (Distinction)
BAR AND COURT ADMISSIONS
- Louisiana State Bar Association
- U. S. District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of Louisiana
- U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
- Supreme Court of Queensland (Australia)
Diemminh Pham Dinh Peters is an associate with the firm. She concentrates her practice upon all aspects of marine litigation including: insurance coverage, vessel collisions and allisions, personal injury, Jones Act, limitation of liability, marine insurance coverage, enforcement of maritime liens, Longshore and Harborworkers Compensation Act, maritime contractual disputes, vessel arrests and attachments.
Diemminh was born and raised in Queensland, Australia. Following law school in Australia, Diemminh worked at the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority and the Department of Justice and Attorney-General of Queensland for several years. Diemminh immigrated to New Orleans, Louisiana in 2012 and studied at Tulane University Law School where she obtained a Masters of Law in American Law (Distinction). While at Tulane Diemminh served as the LLM representative on the Student Bar Association and as a committee member with the Graduate Lawyers at Tulane Association.
She is currently a member of the American Bar Association; Louisiana State Bar Association; New Orleans Bar Association; Federal Bar Association; the Louisiana Asian Pacific-American Bar Association and has served as a judge at the Thomas Tang Southeast Regional Moot Court Competition.
- Admiralty and Maritime
- Jones Act
- 905(b) Claims