I am a native New Orleanian, and graduate of the University of New Orleans, class of 2005. After participating in the clean-up of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, I worked as an EMT for East Jefferson EMS and Acadian Ambulance. I loved working in the medical field, but two years later discovered an opportunity to go to law school in Baton Rouge. After graduating Southern University Law Center in 2013, I went to clerk for private attorneys until passing the Louisiana State Bar Exam. As a law clerk I got to work hands on in a series of interesting cases, from wrongful death personal injury cases to second degree murder criminal trials.

Soon after being sworn into the State Bar, I accepted a position as an Assistant District Attorney for the 19th Judicial District Court. At the District Attorney’s Office, besides doing trial work, I attended several classes and seminars from DWI prosecution to Arson Investigation. It was a wonderful experience that further fueled my passion to practice criminal law.  

In 2016, I achieved my dream of opening my own firm and committed to making Baton Rouge my home. Thank you BR!