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Leslie is the proprietor and lead counsel of Bankston Law Firm. Growing up in a family of entrepreneurs gave her the aspiration of owning her own business. She has a passion for providing top-notch and efficient legal services to her clients and has assembled a collegial team to provide you with the best experience possible at her firm.
Leslie received her law degree from Southern University Law Center and has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Southeastern Louisiana University. Before opening Bankston Law Firm in June of 2015, Leslie gained a wealth of experience at Mack Law Firm, also in Albany, where she worked for two years as a law clerk and one year as an associate. During law school, Leslie clerked for Judge Elizabeth Wolfe of the 21st Judicial District Court (which includes Livingston, Tangipahoa, and St. Helena Parishes) and interned with Governor Bobby Jindal’s legal department.
Leslie emphasizes her team's unity to ensure her clients have the best experience under troubling circumstances. Being a southern-charmed hometown girl, she has a big heart for her community. Her zeal conveys her passion for her work in helping others.