Faye Sheets

Faye Sheets


Faye Sheets was born in Spain, raised in Tampa, Florida, and put her roots down in New Orleans after she fell in love with the city over a decade ago. Faye is dedicated to representing people who have been injured due to the fault of another, in wrecks, or on dangerous property. She brings a background in research, writing, and litigation to the Dudley DeBosier team. Faye is admitted to practice in all Louisiana State and Federal Courts, Tennessee State Courts, and the Eastern District of Tennessee.

In 2015, Faye earned her law degree from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law, where she received law excellence awards in the Louisiana Code of Civil Procedure and Mediation & Arbitration. Faye served as the Managing Editor of the Journal of Public Interest Law and contributed as a research assistant for Louisiana Property Law Professor John Lovett, Environmental Law Professor Robert Verchick, and co-author of the Handbook on Louisiana Evidence Law, the late Professor Gerard Rault.

After obtaining her Louisiana law license in 2015, Faye practiced at firms representing Plaintiffs in civil litigation. She credits every experience collaborating with others for making her a better lawyer today. Faye draws inspiration from her favorite quote by Vince Lombardi: “The measure of who we are is what we do with what we have.”

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