A former national beauty queen, Ebonee Rhodes Norris is no stranger to advocating for the rights of others. After clerking for the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeals and Louisiana Attorney General's Office, Norris began her career by working for a non-profit law firm, where she advocated for the rights of low income and elderly residents. Norris went on to work at a top tier private firm, where she practiced in the areas of criminal defense, personal injury, estate planning and municipal bonds.
Norris operates her business on the Christian principles instilled upon her as a child, believing in the power of prayer and the Golden Rule. Norris uses her thorough understanding of the justice system and genuine compassion for others to provide a voice to the voiceless.