Michael DuBose was born in Lake Charles, Louisaina, and grew up in Carencro, Louisiana. He attended Teurlings Catholic High School in Lafayette, Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, and the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law.
Michael earned a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from LSU. After graduation, Michael spent a year working as an office assistant at a small law firm in Baton Rouge, assisting attorneys and paralegals with personal injury cases.
During his time at Loyola University in New Orleans, Michael developed an interest in Family Law and Immigration Law. He spent a summer working as an intern with the Acadiana Legal Services Corporation in Lafayette, where he assisted attorneys with divorce, custody, and Child-in-Need-of-Care proceedings.
In his last year of law school, Michael worked as a Student Practitioner in the Children's Rights section of Loyola's Law Clinic. Here he represented minor children in especially contentious disputes, and represented undocumented children in immigration related proceedings. He also argued before the Civil District Court for the Parish of Orleans, the 24th Judicial District Court for the Parish of Jefferson, the juvenile courts for both Orleans and Jefferson Parish, and EOIR New Orleans Immigration Court before ever graduating.
Michael joined the firm of Salley & Salley, LLC in the fall of 2018, where he practices in Family Law. He is well-equipped and eager to assist clients in proceedings involving divorce, child custody, child support and spousal support, and community property partitions. He is also available to assist clients in drafting Powers of Attorney, Pre-Nuptial Agreements, and Last Wills and Testaments.
|LA||Eligible to Practice Law||2018||07/25/2021|
|Associate||Salley & Salley, LLC||2018 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Louisiana State Bar Association||Member||2018 - Present|
|Loyola University New Orleans College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2018|
|Louisiana State University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2014|
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