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As a student at Tulane University’s School of Law, Lesli honed her legal skills in the Juvenile Law Clinic representing children in need of care and those charged with delinquency. She purchased her first home in 2004 on Amelia Street in District B, renovated by the Preservation Resource Center. She now lives in Central City, in a tight-knit, diverse community that truly reflects New Orleans.


Lesli practiced law at Stone Pigman Law Firm for sixteen years and became the firm's second Black woman law partner. She focused her practice on entertainment and intellectual property law, representing clients like the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans. READ MORE...

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Reduce crime by getting rid of illegal guns, prioritizing public safety resources, and expanding educational and economic opportunities.

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Fix and update our city's outdated infrastructure by advocating for federal funds and requiring transparency and meaningful communication on city projects.


Address housing affordability by helping low income home owners stay in their homes, increasing first time homebuyer funds, and repurposing city properties for housing and homeless shelters. 

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Stay in touch to collectively improve our community. Open communication with constituents at every stage of decision-making is essential to good government. 

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