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Attorney Russell Beall Announces Candidacy for Judge in Louisiana's 21st Judicial District Div. A
Russell Beall announces candidacy for Judge in Louisiana's 21st Judicial District, Division A to preside over Livingston, St. Helena & Tangipahoa Parishes.
Beall is a founding partner of Beall & Thies, LLC., a multi-parish legal practice focusing on litigation matters docketed in Courts across the state, including the 21st Judicial District. For well over a decade, Russell has successfully handled complicated legal issues, including, but not limited to successions, contracts, torts, family matters, real estate, and criminal matters. Additionally, Russell Beall has proudly represented numerous small business owners in Livingston Parish community.
Russell Beall served a eight (8) year commitment in the United States Armed Forces. Following active duty stations at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and Fort Sam Houston, Texas he earned his B.A. degree at Louisiana State University (1998) and his JD at Louisiana State University Law School (2001). During law school, Russell Beall was a prestigious Flory Trial finalist. In consideration of his very high legal ability and ethical standards, Russell Beall was awarded a Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating, as having “Very High Legal Ability and Ethical Standards”.
Beall is the proud father of four children and grand father to seven grand children, a member of the Livingston Parish Chamber of Commerce, member of the National Rifle Association, Troubled Youth Mentor with the Louisiana Army National Guard Youth Challenge Program and a proud member of Live Oak Methodist Church in Watson, LA.
To learn more about Russell Beall, visit his campaign website at http://www.BeallForJudge.com.