Courtney Guillory is an attorney, mediator, and notary, serving Louisiana families in various areas of practice. Courtney received her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and became a member of the Louisiana Bar in 2016. She has years of legal and professional experience, beginning as a legal assistant, serving as a legislative correspondent in Washington DC, working as a clerk for a district judge, and now practicing as an attorney. Courtney handles numerous cases including divorce, community property, custody, adoptions, successions, and interdictions.
At Loyola, Courtney was a practitioner with the Stuart H. Smith Family Law Clinic and volunteered for ProjectSAVE, assisting survivors of domestic violence. In 2016, she began her solo practice in New Orleans, as a member of the Loyola Incubator Program, gaining experience through pro bono work and volunteering at the self-help desks in Orleans and Jefferson Parish Clerks of Court.
In 2017, Courtney moved her practice back home to serve the community in Acadiana. She is a committee member of both the Young Lawyers Section and Family Law Section of the Lafayette Bar Association, and currently volunteers for the Lafayette Bar Foundation as a Lafayette Volunteer Attorney.
Courtney lives in Lafayette Parish with her husband Jake and their son, Ridge.