Frank X. Neuner, Jr. was nominated to serve on the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation by President Donald Trump, and the U.S. Senate confirmed his nominationon August 1, 2019. Neuner is a partner at NeunerPate based in Lafayette, Louisiana. Prior to his appointment to the Legal Services Corporation Board of Directors, he was a member of Legal Services Corporation’s Governance and Performance Review Committee and Operations and Regulations Committee. He also served on Legal Services Corporation’s Disaster Task Force and Co-Chairs LSC’s Eviction Task Force. As a founder and Managing Partner of NeunerPate, Neuner oversees a law firm that has grown from 4 lawyers with a staff of 4 to 29 lawyers with a staff of 70. His practices focuses on commercial litigation, admiralty and maritime law, insurance employment law, and toxic tort litigation. Neuner is the Chairman of the Innocence Project New Orleans and the President of the Louisiana Client Assistance Foundation. He is a past Chair of the Louisiana Public Defender Board where he served from 2008 to 2013. In this role, he led the drive for legislation to provide defense for the indigent. He is also a past President of the Louisiana State Bar Association and is a member of numerous professional and community services organizations. He is a past President and Campaign Chair of the United Way of Acadiana, past Chair of One Acadiana, Inc., and Co-Chair of the Lafayette Outreach for Civil Justice. He is a recipient of the American Bar Association Solo & Small Firm Lifetime Achievement Award, the Louisiana Bar Foundation 2013 Distinguished Attorney Award, Louisiana State University Law School Distinguished Alumni of the Year in 2008 and been listed in Louisiana Super Lawyers since 2004. He holds a B.S. and a J.D. from Louisiana State University.