Between October, 1976 and June, 2001, I practiced both civil and criminal law in all Louisiana state and federal courts. Since retiring from the practice of law in 2001, I have been providing state and federal legal research and writing, case review, and other litigation support to attorneys in Louisiana, Nevada, Arizona, California, Utah, Texas, Florida and Massachusetts. I have also provided research and writing for other jurisdictions. I also provide Nevada and Arizona Living Trusts.
During my twenty-five years of practice, including almost five years as a Louisiana Assistant Attorney General, I have written many and varied pleadings and pre-trial, trial and appellate briefs in all forums in which I practiced. I also did a great deal of decision writing while clerking at the Louisiana First Circuit Court of Appeal, and while serving for many years as an Administrative Law Judge for a number of Louisiana state agencies.
I have a wide variety of legal experience, and very strong research, writing, organizational and computer skills. I use Westlaw online for research, which I have been using since 1981, when I was trained by Westlaw attorneys.
My work can help you with your workload, and assist you in moving your cases toward a successful conclusion (without all of the employee overhead, taxes and costs). With one assignment, I can show you the quality and timeliness of my work.
References will be promptly provided upon request, or contact these attorneys for whom I’ve worked.