We have filed more bankruptcies in 35 years than any other bankruptcy firm in Northeast Louisiana!
Attorneys at E. Orum Young are deeply knowledgeable about Louisiana bankruptcy proceedings. In fact, in the past 35 years we have filed more bankruptcies in Northeast Louisiana than any other law firm! In that time, we have sued more creditors
Bankruptcy is often a last resort option that can have many benefits. Among them is the ability to put all collection calls and actions to take your home on hold. If you are feeling the pressure of collectors invading your privacy, or fear your home will be foreclosed, speak with a Northeast Louisiana bankruptcy attorney today. You may be eligible to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy on your road to financial freedom.
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Monroe LA 71201
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Joseph R. Moore graduated Cum Laude from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in General Business and an Associate of Science in Occupational Safety and Health.
In 2011, Mr. Moore received his Juris Doctorate with Cum Laude honors distinction from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. While attending Loyola, Mr. Moore was the Editor-in-Chief of the Loyola Maritime Law Journal and a student practitioner with the Employment Law Clinic.
Mr. Moore had the following achievements at Loyola University New Orleans:
Law Excellence Award - Highest Grade in Class in Successions
As a student practitioner Mr. Moore acted as lead student practitioner representing low income workers for breach of construction contract, ADEA and workers compensation cases.
Mr. Moore has been recognized as a legal scholar with published law review articles. His publications have resulted in legislative changes and enact of laws. The following are a list of those published articles:
Punitive Damages for Maritime Work Related Injuries, 8 Loy. Mar. L.J. 197 (2010)
Prematurity: A Roadblock to Fair and Equal Access to the Workers Compensation Court, 56 Loy. L. Rev. 757 (2010)
After being admitted to the Louisiana Bar, Mr. Moore began working for the commercial litigation firm, Salley, Hite, Mercer & Resor in New Orleans, Louisiana, concentrating in the areas of workers compensation defense, insurance defense, and general civil litigation.
Mr. Moore is admitted to practice in Louisiana, as well as the federal courts for the Eastern, Middle and Western districts of Louisiana and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
In August of 2012, Mr. Moore joined the E. Orum Young Law Firm. Mr. Moore is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Bar Number: 33996
Loyola University New Orleans School of Law
Jacob Rennick received his Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from the Eastern Kentucky University in 2009. After graduation, he worked at an immigration law clinic helping residents navigate the naturalization process.
In 2013, Mr. Rennick received his Juris Doctorate from Loyal University New Orleans School of Law.
Immediately after graduation, Jacob Rennick joined the E. Orum Young Law firm. He is licensed to practice law in Louisiana. His practice concentrates on consumer bankruptcy, social security disability law, real estate, and immigration law.
Mr. Rennick is a licensed Social Security Administration Claimant Representative and Board of Immigration Appeals Representative.
The United States Legislature has awarded Mr. Rennick the Gold Medal Congressional Award. He was also awarded the distinguished title of Kentucky Colonel by the state of Kentucky. Mr. Rennick is also an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of American Association.
In 2016, Mr. Rennick along with David Rennick founded the real estate firm North Delta Realty.
Devin T. Jones received his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) in 2008. During his time at ULM, Mr. Jones was named the President of Alpha Phi Sigma a Criminal Justice Honor Society and was a member of Alpha Kappa Delta a Sociology Honor Society. In 2006, he was awarded the Outstanding Accomplishment Award for the College of Arts and Science at ULM.
In 2011, Mr. Jones received a Juris Doctorate with Cum Laude honors distinction and a Civil Law Certificate from Mississippi College School of Law. During his scholastic career at Mississippi College Mr. Jones accomplished:
Best Paper Awards Estate and Gift Taxation; Pre-Trial Practice
President Louisiana Law Society 2010-2011
Phi Delta Phi Law Fraternity
Tax Law Clinic
Devin Jones is admitted to practice law in Louisiana and Texas (pending). Mr. Jones was previously commissioned by Governor Jindal as Assistant District Attorney for the Louisiana Fourth Judicial District Attorney office served from 2011 to 2016. He has been involved in dozens of jury trials, appeals, and has even testified before the Louisiana Senate Finance Committee, Louisiana House of Representatives Administration of Criminal Justice Committee, and the Louisiana Senate Judicial Committee. Mr. Jones received his Domestic Violence trial training in Washington, D.C. from United States Department of Justice and has received training in Arson detection and investigation.
Mr. Jones concentrates his practice of law on consumer bankruptcy, criminal law, appellate law, personal injury, and trial strategy. He draws on his time as a prosecutor to formulate a trial strategy to best protect clients regardless of whether it is just filing a bankruptcy or defending individuals charged with crimes or ensuring you are compensated for injuries you received.
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