Cherie Teamer is a graduate of Louisiana State University’s Manship School of Mass Communication with minors in African and African American Studies and Political Science. She is JAC's contract attorney for our Re-Entry Attachment Docket program, assisting formerly incarcerated people in Orleans Parish with reducing and eliminating excessive traffic fines, fees, and attachments.
After graduating from Louisiana State University Cherie started working in Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s Office of Communication. Working for the Mayor in his first term was an amazing opportunity that gave her much needed guidance in determining that she wanted to make impacting public policy part of her career.
Cherie attended Tulane University Law School where she received her JD among other distinctions.
The opportunity to work for Senator Mary Landrieu’s campaign arose during the end of Cherie’s time in law school and gave her the chance to work directly with people across the State of Louisiana.
Cherie operates Teamer Law Corp, LLC, a solo family, real estate, and personal injury practice. Many of her clients need legal services and cannot pay large amounts upfront and alternatives need to be present. Cherie gives clients options for flexible payment plans to help them get the representation they need.
To contact Teamer Law, email firstname.lastname@example.org.