Lauren Tarver works in family law, private and public transactions and as an Assistant District Attorney prosecuting state matters on behalf of the District Attorney for the First Judicial District. Before earning her law degree, she gained valuable experience in banking, securities regulations and financial institution audits while working at the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions.
Lauren received her Juris Doctor and Graduate Diploma in Civil Law from Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University in 2016. Prior to law school, Lauren attended Louisiana State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication in 2013.
Lauren takes an active role within her community as a volunteer with Teen Court. The civic group works to eradicate recidivism within the juvenile justice system. The organization provides mentoring and guidance programming for a more constructive, educational, and enduring rehabilitation. Lauren also coaches the mock trial team at her former high school and is a member of the Transformation Next Council, a community-based board that focuses on the underperforming schools within Caddo Parish. Lauren presently co-chairs her family’s scholarship foundation, VRC Educational Scholarship Foundation, which targets students in the community who demonstrate the will to succeed despite any economic disadvantages.