Catherine Rieder is a graduate of Loyola University of New Orleans College of Law, and was recently admitted into the practice of law in Louisiana in October 2014.
Ms. Rieder was born in Baton Rouge Louisiana, and has spent the majority of her life in New Orleans, Louisiana. Prior to enrolling in law school Ms. Rieder was a paralegal for three years at the Tulane Avenue Law Office, which sought to ignite her interest in the practice of law.
After entering law school Ms. Rieder was a member of her Student Bar Association. She interned as a judicial clerk at the Orleans Parish Criminal District Courthouse following her first year in law school, and had the opportunity of interning with the Orleans Public Defenders Officer after the completion of her second year of law school. Ms. Rieder was able to further foster her passion for criminal defense during her final year of law school when she was admitted as a Rule XX student practitioner and as a Student Practitioner for the criminal defense division of the Gillis Long Poverty Center.
Ms. Rieder’s interest in law has only continued to grow throughout her time in law school, and she looks forward to representing the citizens of a community that she calls home.