- Elizabeth B Carpenter LawAttorney/Principal, present
New Orleans, La.
Elizabeth Bagert Carpenter is an exceptional New Orleans Criminal and DWI Attorney. She received her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University Law School where she was an active member of the St. Thomas More Law Society. As an undergraduate, she extensively studied French Language and Literature with honors at L’Université d’Orléans France. Before her legal career, she worked in the field of mental health while completing a Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology Summa Cum Laude.
Law Firm New Orleans
Elizabeth B. Carpenter Law Firm helps people in the New Orleans Area with Criminal Defense, DWI Defense, Cyber Crimes Defense and Nursing License Defense. Law. Each client is offered the individual attention and personal touch of a high end boutique law firm. We are extremely selective in the cases that we accept. Our firm is built on the foundation that every client deserves to be treated with dignity and compassion regardless of the legal issues they are battling.
We have obtained an overwhelming number of dismissals and acquittals in difficult cases involving well respected individuals, especially in cases where allegations are made against teachers, doctors, nurses and financial advisors. The outstanding results we achieve are largely due to the fact that we limit the number of cases we take which allows us to conduct thorough investigations, employ an aggressive pretrial motion practice and use innovative trial preparation tools. Our impressive achievements show why we are a well respected law firm. We work hard to protect the interests of our clients, from the first meeting to the final verdict.
- Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
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