Ne’Shira D. Millender is an associate with Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips, where she practices primarily in the area of commercial litigation.
Ne’Shira’s litigation experience extends through various and diverse industries including commercial disputes, personal injury claims, misdemeanor matters, workers compensation, contract disputes, and the analysis of employment policies and benefits. Ne’Shira also represents physicians and hospitals in malpractice suits and commercial litigation. Her work spans the stages of electronic discovery, pre-trial motions, trials, writ applications, and settlements.
Ne’Shira is admitted to practice in all Louisiana state courts, in federal court in the Middle, Western, and Eastern Districts of Louisiana, and in the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal.
Ne’Shira graduated magna cum laude from Southern University Law Center in 2014. While in law school, Ne’Shira was a senior editor of the Southern University Law Review and served as a research assistant. She earned CALI Excellence Awards in Louisiana Civil Procedure I, Obligations, Legal Research, and Advanced Legal Writing. She received her Bachelor of Arts in mass communication from Louisiana State University in 2007.
Ne’Shira is an active member of the Baton Rouge Bar Association and the organization’s various community service projects; Louisiana State Bar Association, Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel, American Bar Association, Defense Research Institute, Baton Rouge Louis A. Martinet Legal Society and the Dean Henry George McMahon American Inn of Court.
Within the Baton Rouge community, Ne’Shira is a board member of Volunteers in Public Schools, which works to build strong partnerships between local area public schools and the community to help students achieve success. She also is a board member of the Charles W. Lamar Jr. YMCA.
Smitko v. Gulf South Shrimp, Inc.: Another Thread Unraveling the Efficacy of Suits to Quiet Tax Titles in Louisiana, 40 S.U. L. Rev. 397 (2013).