Division D – Judge John A. Keller
Judge John A. Keller is the District Judge for Division “D” of the Twenty – Second Judicial District Court of the State of Louisiana.
Judge Keller was elected unopposed to the 22nd Judicial District Court bench in November, 2020 and took office January 4, 2021.
Judge John A. Keller is a native of Mandeville, Louisiana. An honor graduate of St. Paul’s High School in Covington, Judge Keller continued his education at Northeast Louisiana University graduating with a B.A. degree in Business – Pre-Law in 1984. Judge Keller graduated Magna Cum Laude from Northeast Louisiana University with undergraduate honors. He attended Loyola University where he received his Juris Doctor degree in 1987. He began his legal career as an associate at the Law Firm of Onebane, Bernard, Torian, Diaz, McNamara & Abell from 1987-1992. In 1992, Judge Keller became a Partner/Shareholder with the Onebane Firm, and thereafter, opened his own practice in the Covington/Madisonville area.
In his personal life, Judge Keller is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, 22nd JDC Bar Association, Federal Bar Association and American Bar Association. Judge Keller was elected to the Mandeville City Council in July, 2016 where he served as Council Member for 4 years.
- Judge Keller is a member of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, Our Lady of the
Lake Men’s Club and the Knights of Columbus.
- Judge Keller’s hobbies include tennis, basketball, and coaching youth baseball, basketball
and soccer teams.
- He is married to Midge Koch Keller and they have five (5) children.