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Keva M. Landrum


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Keva M. Landrum is an attorney in the Civil Litigation section of the New Orleans office. Keva is a former Chief Judge for the Orleans Parish Criminal District Court, making history as the first African American woman to serve in the court’s highest office. She served as a judge for twelve years. Prior to being elected to the bench, Ms. Landrum made history as the first female District Attorney for the state of Louisiana. Additionally, Keva serves as a legal analyst for WWL-TV in New Orleans, LA.
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