PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
JULY 30, 2002
Lisa Rogers Trammell has been appointed by Order of the Louisiana
Supreme Court, as judge pro tempore of the Fourth
Judicial District Court, Division "F", according to Justice
Chet D. Traylor.
Trammell will serve
August 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002 or until the vacancy
is filled, whichever occurs sooner. She will fill the vacancy
created by the death of Judge Michael S. Ingram.
Trammell received her
undergraduate degree from Louisiana Tech University and her
Juris Doctor degree from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center of
Louisiana State University. During her legal career, Trammell
has served as a Law Clerk for the Third Judicial District
Court and was an Associate Attorney for the Crawford &
Anzelmo Law Firm. Since 1995, she has been a Hearing Officer
for the Fourth Judicial District Court.
Trammell is a member
of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Louisiana Bar
Foundation, and the Fred J. Fudickar Inn of Court. She was
on the Board of Directors for the Louisiana Families in Need
of Services Association from 1996-1998, and served on the
Board of Directors for the Fourth District Bar Association
in 1997. As a faculty member of several law organizations,
Trammell has presented numerous seminars on family and juvenile
law. Additionally, she has published articles in the
Louisiana Law Review and the Louisiana Bar Journal
Trammell is the mother
of two young daughters, Molly (8) and Betsy (4).