Shenequa Grey

Phone: (225) 771-4900 ext. 228
Fax: (225) 771-5913
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Courses: Constitutional Criminal Procedure, Trial Advocacy, Advanced Trial Advocacy, Evidence, Torts I, International Criminal Law

Expertise: Criminal Procedure, Evidence, Trial Skills, Advocacy

Professor Grey joined the Law Center faculty in 2004. She is licensed to practice law in Louisiana and the District of Columbia. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe and her Juris Doctor degree (cum laude) from the Southern University Law Center, where she was a member of the Moot Court Board and successfully argued State v. Raymond Laguand before the Louisiana Supreme Court as a student attorney in the Law Center’s Criminal Law Clinic. She was also a member of the SULC Championship Mock Trial team in the LSBA Intra-State Mock Trial Competition. She received her LL.M. from Temple University- James E. Beasley School of Law with a concentration in trial advocacy, where she received the honor of being voted Most Prepared Student by her peers. She is also a graduate of the Atlanta Broadcast Institute in Atlanta, Georgia where she studied Radio and Television Broadcasting.

Prior to joining the Law Center, Professor Grey worked as a Staff Attorney for the American Prosecutor’s Research Institute, the research affiliate of the National District Attorney’s Association in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. She then served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Caddo Parish District Attorney’s office in Shreveport, Louisiana where she prosecuted a number of violent crimes and sex offenses.

Since joining the Law Center in 2004, she was elected 2006 Professor of the Year, and serves on various committees. She serves as faculty advisor to the Black Law Students Association and Women in law and coaches law students to compete in regional and national mock trial competitions. She has received two research and writing grants to support her research and writing and has primarily published in the area of Fourth Amendment search and seizure.

Professor Grey is actively involved in several professional organizations and in July 2002 she was featured in Ebony magazine’s article on Super Single’s of 2002. Her casebook, The Anatomy of Louisiana Evidence Law, was recently published in October 2015 by Carolina Academic Press.