As a firm, Durio, McGoffin, Stagg and Ackermann is committed to our community as part of the practice of law and beyond.
Whether as individuals or the firm as a whole, DMSA is involved in many aspects of the community. The firm supports non-profit organizations, public interest groups, and makes an effort to represent and serve groups and organizations making Acadiana a better place to live and work. The firm's attorneys are involved with a number of local non-profit organizations, such as the Evangeline Area Council of the Boy Scouts, Volunteer Instructors Teaching Adults (VITA), Miles Perret Cancer Center Camellia Crossing, the American Cancer Society, the Oil Center Renaissance Association, and the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana. The attorneys actively participate in community public interest issues ranging from legal groups to school boards and local government. To learn more about DMSA's most recent community involvement, visit our news section.