TODD C. MARTIN, JD
A graduate of the 2000 class of Mississippi College School of Law, Todd got his bachelor's degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. After law school, Todd clerked for Judge Lolley (now a 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals Judge), Judge Moore, and Judge Ingram at the 4th JDC and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 2001. Following a brief stint at Lee and Broussard in Monroe, Todd opened his own practice and also is the director for Legal Aid of Northeast Louisiana, which is a non-profit corp that provides free legal advice for senior citizen in five parishes in northeast Louisiana. Todd also does a monthly pro-bono legal aid at the West Monroe Library. He is born and raised in Monroe and the community, ULM, and it's citizens are very near and dear to his heart.
At Todd Martin Law Firm, we are a team and we strive to provide you with the prompt, professional, legal services at a price you can afford. We know you have many choices in attorney's and that when you need an attorney it isn't always under the best of circumstances. Whether a divorce, auto accident, succession, or any other legal issue, we try to always be available for you in your time of need.
- Carmona Johnston
BJ Graham - Paralegal
Christine Dunn - Paralegal
Ronald Camp, JD, MBA
A graduate of the University of Louisiana at Monroe Business School, Ron also receive his MBA from ULM. He then received his Juris Doctorate degree from Mississippi College. Ron has been an adjunct professor at McCann School of Business and Technology, as an attorney for Centurylink, was the Chief City Prosecutor for West Monroe City Court/Director of Pre-trial Diversion Program, was the managing attorney for the Family Justice Center, was a partner at Blackwell, Chambliss, Henry, Caldwell, Cagle and Camp, and also worked for the United States State Department in Afghanistan. Ron has served his community and his country and continues to support ULM and is an active Rotary Club Member, as well as member of 1st Baptist Church in West Monroe, LA.