Ms. Clark attended Louisiana State University Law school and graduated in 1996. Having handled criminal appeals as a law clerk for the East Baton Rouge Parish Public Defender's office, Ms. Clark immediately passed the bar exam and went to work as an assistant public defender in that office. Ms. Clark, in her 23+ years of experience, has represented thousands of clients in criminal court in both misdemeanor and felony cases. She has practiced extensively in the parishes of East Baton Rouge, Livingston, Tangipahoa and St. Tammany.
Ms. Clark is dedicated to protecting the rights of her clients and obtaining just results in their cases. Her years of courtroom experience as well as her trial litigation experience will allow her to explain to you your legal options and fully prepare your case for the best legal outcome. Her experience in handling appeals gives her a vast knowledge of the legal issues that often present themselves during a criminal case.
She will use the same litigation experience to fight for your rights to compensation in your personal injury case. She is both a seasoned negotiator as well as a skilled trial attorney.
Ms. Clark lives in Mandeville with her husband Travis, Chief Petty Officer in the U.S. Coast Guard, and has one child. She enjoys volunteering at her son's school whenever her busy schedule permits.