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P.O. Box 3513 (70821-3513)
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University and Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University
Kristi earned her B.S. in 1999 and her M.S. in 2005 from Louisiana State University. Prior to attending law school, she worked in enrollment management particularly focusing on undergraduate admissions and recruitment. Kristi earned her J.D./D.C.L., cum laude, in 2014 from the LSU Law Center, where she was named...
I graduated from UMKC law school with highest honors and was fortunate to be hired by Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP in 2007, where I was promoted to Partner seven years later. As an attorney at Shook, I spent most...
Kristina focuses exclusively on bankruptcy. She brings her non-profit experience to the table when helping her clients. Kristina is married with three children.
Ms. Green has been recognized and received numerous awards for her contributions to the legal profession from a number of legal organizations and publications, as well...
Ms. Kell will work with skilled advocacy, practical solutions, and responsiveness to obtain results.
Ms. Kell attended both UCLA and USC. After receiving her bachelor’s degree with high honors from USC in Southern California, she earned her Juris Doctorate at La Verne COL.
While in law school, Kristina Kell was awarded the prestigious CALI Award for Academic Excellence and was chosen as a member of Moot Court Honors team wherein she...
“Throughout my professional career, I have found great joy in working closely with people to make their situation better, whatever that meant to that person at that particular time.”
Krista understands that divorce comes with questions, unknown implications for the future, potential financial insecurity, and emotional exhaustion. While she can’t promise that the divorce process will be easy, she promises to provide caring and hands-on legal counsel. She says:
“I don’t wish the stress or pain of divorce on anyone, but know that if you find yourself going through one,...
Kristina is a highly ranked speaker and trainer on the topic of Employment Law issues. She has most recently played a large role in hosting one of the largest annual Employment Law Summits in Virginia for the past several years. Kristina uses her experience in leading organizations...
Krista has been a licensed attorney in Arizona and West Virginia for over 20 years. She was in the top 30% of her class at Indiana University School of Law—Bloomington, where she served as an articles editor for the Indiana Law Journal and the Chief Justice of the Moot Court Board. Krista formerly worked as a Lead Quality Editor for LexisNexis, where she performed writing quality control for a team of 50 lawyer-editors and developed benchmark quality standards for over 500 editors. ...
In 2009, Kristina joined Hensley Legal Group as a legal assistant in the Social Security disability department. Kristina then became a case manager in the Social Security disability department and then became a Non-Attorney Representative in the disability department where she represented clients at their disability hearings.
In 2013, Kristina joined...
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