Young Lawyer's Division Committees Professional Development Seminar Coordinator
This young lawyer plans and develops the program as wells as secures the speakers for the YLD annual professionalism seminar held during the LSBA Midyear Meeting in January.
Mr. Jerry Edwards
Jerry Edwards, Jr is an associate in the firm of Blanchard, Walker, O’Quin & Roberts, PLC, in Shreveport He received a BA degree in political science in 2002 from Georgia State University and his JD degree in 2005 from Vermont Law School He was admitted to practice in Louisiana in 2006
Jerry coordinated the Louisiana State Bar Association Young Lawyers Division’s two Professional Development Seminars in 2012 He was a member of the Leadership LSBA 2009-10 Class and was a speaker at the LSBA’s Mini Conclave on Diversity in Shreveport
He is a member of the Shreveport Bar Association, the Shreveport-Bossier Black Lawyers Association and the Harry V Booth and Judge Henry A Politz American Inn of Court (barrister) He also is a member of the Judiciary Commission of Louisiana
In his community, he is a board member for the Volunteers of America of North Louisiana
400 Texas St Ste 1400
Shreveport, LA 71101
Phone: (318) 221-6858 Fax: (318) 227-2967 Mr. Scotty E. Chabert Jr
Scotty E. Chabert, Jr. is an assistant district attorney for the 18th Judicial District, a partner in the Baton Rouge firm of Saunders & Chabert and an adjunct professor at Southern University Law Center. He received a BS degree in 2002 from Louisiana State University and his JD degree in 2006 from Southern University Law Center. He was admitted to practice in Louisiana in 2006 and in Mississippi in 2007.
Scotty was a member of the Leadership LSBA Class of 2009-10 and was a co-chair for the 2010-11 Class. He is a board member of the Baton Rouge Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. He is a 2010 recipient of the Baton Rouge Bar Association’s President’s Award.
In his community, he is a member of the First United Methodist Church.
Scotty and his wife, Katie D. Chabert, have been married for three and a half years.