McGlathery, Shelley Ann

McGlathery, Shelley Ann - Baton Rouge, LA

8440 Jefferson HighwaySuite 301Baton Rouge, LA 70809- 7654

Updated: 12/15/2017

Baton Rouge Expropriation and Eminent Domain Law Lawyer


Shelley Ann McGlathery is a native of Natchitoches, Louisiana, grew up in both Natchitoches and Lake Charles, Louisiana, and has lived in Baton Rouge since she began pursuing her undergraduate degree at Louisiana State University in 2002.

Shelley joined Roedel Parsons after graduating law school in 2009 and focuses her practice on civil litigation and appellate advocacy. She has spent most of her legal career as part of the team litigating the expropriation lawsuits that arose from...


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