When asked why I stayed in New Orleans I always reply “look around…you don’t get any... more
When asked why I stayed in New Orleans I always reply “look around…you don’t get any of this anywhere else.” I’m talking about the people, the culture, the new restaurants starting up on every corner, the festivals, the music, the love citizens have for their city. That is what made a small town Georgia girl leave home and stay. That’s right, I’m your typical small town Southern Georgia peac... view profile
Jon V. Steele is proud to be a public servant. After 20 years with the New Orleans... more
Jon V. Steele is proud to be a public servant. After 20 years with the New Orleans Police Department, he retired after sustaining a work-related injury. He then entered Loyola Universitys College of Law where during his final year he was a Law Clerk for the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office.After graduation, he assisted a young attorney in establishing a family law practice where he han... view profile
Robert M. Louque, Jr. practices in the areas of criminal defense, bankruptcy, and... more
Robert M. Louque, Jr. practices in the areas of criminal defense, bankruptcy, and consumer protection, including debt lawsuit defense and FDCPA actions. He graduated from Loyola-New Orleans School of Law in 2003 in the top 20% of his class.
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