She formerly served four years on the City of New Orleans Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and served as both vice chair and chair of the board.
Rhorer donated more than a hundred hours of work on a case against a contractor who agreed but failed to renovate a client’s home following Hurricane Katrina.
Freedman works at the Loyola Incubator Program. He helped clients across a broad range of issues -custody, divorce, wills and powers of attorney, child support, tort defense, and a complex fight over real estate involving a questionable transfer of title and usufructuary rights. Jonah also brought a case to the Project, an eviction for a Spanish-speaking client.
She joined the office as an intern in the spring of 2014, served as a law clerk while studying for the bar.
She has worked at the firm as a clerk since May 2013 and was promoted after passing the bar this past October.
DeVaughn clerked for the firm during law school
Taylor, a New Orleans native, is a registered patent and an engineer. He advises and assists clients on various intellectual property matters, including patents, trademarks, trade secrets, copyrights, branding, entertainment and publicity rights.
The resolution applauds his 27 year career as a law practitioner, and reads in part “Ramón Abadin solidified his reputation as a top-notch legal mind when he was sworn in as the most recent president of the Florida Bar Association, where he will focus on technology issues, continuing education and encouraging lawyers to embrace change.”
After graduating, Schachtman worked toward his current role in the Access to Justice Department of the Louisiana State Bar Association. he helped start the Lawyers in Libraries program, which aims to bring free legal assistance through public libraries in every parish.
Krot previously practiced business law and advised municipal clients in the Detroit area.