The attorneys of ROPER LIGH have over fifty years of experience in advising governmental agencies, boards and commissions; litigating cases in state and federal courts; arguing before appellate tribunals; advocating for their clients in administrative hearings; and representing homeowner and condominium associations in all aspects. When faced with a legal problem, having an experienced law firm to represent you is critical to ensuring that your issues are handled properly.
At ROPER LIGH you will receive personal attention from one of the founding partners of the firm - each partner is an experienced attorney with over twenty-five years of experience. This makes a difference when you need not only legal skill, but the wisdom which can only be obtained from experience.
As a small firm, we understand the needs of the small business owner, the individual, and government clients - the bottom line is important to you. We pride ourselves on providing quality legal work at competitive rates. If you are not happy with the quality of our work and the value received, then we are not happy either. It is important to us to resolve your legal matter in a satisfactory manner. We are flexible in working with clients to find a solution that will best meet a client's budgetary needs.
Meet Our Attorneys
If you have a legal need, our legal team is here to help you. Contact us today online or by telephone at 225-338-9238 to arrange a free initial consultation with one of our experienced lawyers.
Mary E. Roper was the Parish Attorney for the City of Baton Rouge and the Parish of East Baton Rouge from 2008-2014, where she served as the chief legal advisor to the City of Baton Rouge and Parish of East Baton Rouge. She was the first female Parish Attorney and was the first employee to rise through the ranks to this position. Read more
Randy B. Ligh is a former employee in the Parish Attorney's office for the City of Baton Rouge and the Parish of East Baton Rouge where he held positions as Assistant City Prosecutor in the Office of the City Prosecutor, as Assistant Parish Attorney in the Code Enforcement Section, and as Assistant Parish Attorney and Special Assistant Parish Attorney in the Litigation Section. Read more
Mary E. Roper