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Juvenile Justice Policy Attorney
Lynette Roberson is a juvenile justice policy attorney in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Loyola University New Orleans and a Juris Doctor and Diploma of Civil Law from Louisiana State University, with a licenses to practice law in Louisiana. She has written for the Loyola Alumni Magazine, Loyola Today, and Loyola Parents and for Eagle’s Eye Magazine at Brigham Young University. She served as the Public Relations Coordinator for the American Red Cross Southeast Louisiana Chapter in New Orleans through Hurricane Katrina and assisted in producing the state’s first Louisiana Citizen Awareness and Disaster Evacuation Guide. She has also published an article in the Southern Region Black Law Students Association Law Journal analyzing the legal implications of proposed Louisiana legislation to incentivize sterilizations for women receiving public assistance. She currently assists the state of Louisiana in its juvenile justice reform efforts.