Adams and Reese attorney Taylor LeDuff has been selected as a member of the Leadership Baton Rouge Class of 2023.
Leadership Baton Rouge is an annual program by the Baton Rouge Area Chamber consisting of the region’s next cohort of business, civic, and nonprofit community leaders working together to improve quality of life in the Capital Region. BRAC, the economic development engine of Baton Rouge, prepares the diverse group of professionals for leadership positions in the community.
Founded in 1985, Leadership Baton Rouge has more than 1,400 graduates of the program, many of whom serve in leadership positions on boards and commissions, and hold local, state, or federal elected offices. The program focuses on topic areas such as education, diversity and inclusivity, city and state government, health care and social issues, economic development, the arts and culture, and the criminal justice system. The program commences 10 months of training in January. From February to October, the class devotes an entire day each month for lectures, discussions, and practical exercises pertinent to community issues.
At Adams and Reese, LeDuff practices primarily in litigation, insurance, utilities/telecommunications, and is a member of the firm’s newly-formed HBCU practice.
LeDuff is a 2020 graduate of the Southern University Law Center, where she ranked third in her class. During her matriculation, she was Parliamentarian of the Moot Court Board, a member of the National Black Law Students Association, and a Senior Editor for the Journal of Race, Gender, and Poverty. She received her undergraduate degree in Marketing from Louisiana State University in 2016.