Kayla L. Louis

360 Haddon Avenue, Westmont, NJ 08108
Tel: 856-854-8900 / Fax: 856-858-4967

Labor and Employment / Litigation / Government Litigation

Kayla L. Louis is an associate with the firm and concentrates her practice in labor and employment and complex civil litigation.

While at Rutgers University School of Law – Camden,  Ms. Louis served as State Constitutional Law Editor for the Rutgers University Law Review as well as a legal writing Teaching Assistant.  Ms. Louis was the winner of the First Annual Judge Leonard I. Garth Moot Court Competition which was presided over by United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito.  She also received  the Hunter Moot Court award for Best Oralist and Best Brief.  Upon graduating from Law School, Ms. Louis received the Rutgers School of Law at Camden Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement graduating in the top 3 of her class.  She was also awarded The American Bar Association/Bureau of National Affairs Intellectual Property Award.

Ms. Louis served as a judicial intern for Chief Judge Theodore A. McKee, Third Circuit Court of Appeals and Honorable Robert B. Kugler, United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. 


Thomas Edison State College (B.A., 2012)

Rutgers University School of Law – Camden (J.D., summa cum laude, 2017)


New Jersey


“Comment, Abbeville County School District v. State, 767 S.E.2d 157 (S.C. 2014),” 69 RUTGERS U.L. REV. 1457 (2017)

 “Pornography and Gender Inequality: Using Copyright Law as a Step Forward,” William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law, Volume XXIV