I received a B.A. in History from Loyola University in New Orleans. I taught in both college and secondary schools, and then attended law school at Tulane University. My teaching experience includes teaching college classes at Xavier University of New Orleans and at the University of New Orleans. I then taught history for eight years, including seven years at Isidore Newman school. Newman is one of the best schools in the country and annually places highly in the number of National Merit S... [more]
I have a Juris Doctor from Tulane Law School and practiced before both state and Federal Courts for twenty years. I have submitted documents of many different types to various courts (Criminal Court, Civil Court, Juvenile Court, State Courts of Appeal, U.s. District Courts) of this country. All of these documents must be proofread and submitted with no errors.
I went to law school at Tulane University and received a JD upon graduation in 1987. I passed the Louisiana Bar Exam. While I was preparing for the bar and for a year afterwards, I taught classes to paralegals at a school called the Institute of Legal Studies. I also wrote, developed, and taught a paralegal course for adults in Jefferson Parish, LA.
While in law school, I took numerous courses in criminal law. As an attorney, criminal defense was one of my primary specializations. This required a hands-on knowledge of police methods and procedures. During my legal career, I represented clients charged with offenses ranging anywhere from murder to traffic offenses. I engaged in plea bargaining in many cases when it was advantageous to my client. I also took many cases to trial (both by jury and by judge) and had a very high success rate when doing so.