Blake Harris was born and raised in Denham Springs, Louisiana, and graduated from Denham Springs High School in 2009 with honors. Blake is an avid hunter and fisherman and also loves to play golf. He is also a member of First Baptist Church of Denham Springs. Blake attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana earning a bachelor’s degree in political science in 2013.
Blake was immediately accepted into the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center where he attended on a Chancellor’s Scholarship for academic achievement and subsequently earned his Juris Doctor and Graduate Degree in Comparative Law in 2017. Blake is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association; American Bar Association; and is admitted to practice in all Louisiana State Courts.

Blake started working for BHAA in the summer of 2012 as a runner and file clerk and returned in the summers during law school as a legal clerk. Blake also clerked for the Honorable Judge Douglas M. Hughes of the 21st Judicial District Court while in law school and also participated in arbitration competitions hosted by the LSU Law School Trial Advocacy Board. While at LSU Law School, Blake wrote an independent research article under Professor William R. Corbett regarding the need for revision of current privacy tort law in light of the Information Age.
Blake’s practice is developing into diverse fields of law, wherein he represents both the interests of individuals and businesses alike.