Michele Morel

Experienced Legal Professional in Louisiana

About Michele Morel

With almost two decades of experience in the legal field, Michele Morel offered a range of services as a self-employed general civil lawyer based in Luling, Louisiana. Michele Morel has also worked as an assistant district attorney in several different Louisiana parishes. At present, she sits as a general jurisdiction judge in the 29th Judicial District. Passionate about animal law, she additionally serves as the vice chairman of the Animal Law Section of the Louisiana State Bar Association, an organization that she cofounded.

Michele Morel studied at Louisiana State University as an undergraduate and earned a bachelor’s degree in French. She continued her education at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law. Endeavoring to share her expertise as a litigator with talented, young legal minds, she has taught Louisiana State University students the basics of trial advocacy through the National Institute for Trial Advocacy. Recreationally, Judge Morel enjoys spending time with friends and family, as well as visiting historic destinations.

Informed Voters-Fair Judges Seeks to Increase Civic Literacy

Accomplished legal professional Michele Morel currently serves as a judge on the 29th Judicial District Court in Louisiana. Throughout her career, Michele Morel has maintained memberships in several legal organizations, including the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ), a nonprofit professional group that works to give women greater access to the courts through a variety of programs and activities.

In addition to programs directed toward judicial development and leadership, the NAWJ oversees several programs aimed at community outreach and education, including Informed Voters-Fair Judges. Launched January 2014, Informed Voters-Fair Judges is a civic education project that seeks to increase the public’s understanding of the judicial system and provide voters with the knowledge and tools needed to help preserve fairness and impartiality in America’s courts.

Currently, Informed Voters’ most intensive efforts are focused on eight states: Alaska, California, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee, and Washington. However, voters across the nation can access project information and resources on the Informed Voters-Fair Judges website. To learn more about the project and find out about activities in your area, visit www.ivp.nawj.org.

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