Julianna Parks is an experienced litigation attorney who guides her clients through whatever legal issues they may face. She provides general legal counsel, and tort and civil rights defense, to government entities and law enforcement agencies. She represents local business owners in the various issues that may arise in the operation of their businesses, including commercial litigation, intellectual property issues and contract negotiation and review. She represents employers and individuals in various employment-related issues. She has a passion for helping families and children and has handled various family law and custody issues, including helping foster children achieve permanency and adoption.
A lifelong resident of North Louisiana, Julianna was valedictorian of her high school class and graduated magna cum laude from Louisiana State University in Shreveport in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communication. She then attended Louisiana State University Law School, graduating near the top of her class in 2006 with Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Civil Law degrees. After completing law school, she returned to Shreveport and served as law clerk to United States District Judge Tom Stagg. Julianna practiced with the firm of Hargrove, Smelley, Strickland and Langley, PLC, for nine years, earning the position of Shareholder, before founding Langley, Parks, Horton and Maxwell, LLC.
Julianna serves as a Board Member for the Gingerbread House Children’s Advocacy Center, and is a Barrister in the Harry V. Booth Inn of Court. She is also on the Senate of the Krewe of Justinian, which serves as a major fundraising organization for the Shreveport Bar Foundation, and has chaired multiple events for the Krewe. She provides pro bono legal representation for members of the local community through the Shreveport Bar Foundation’s Pro Bono Project. She is a member of Shreveport/Bossier Bar Associations, the Louisiana Bar Association and the Bar Association of the United States Fifth Circuit. Julianna and her husband, Santi, also an attorney, have two sons, Steven Brady and Asher Anthony.
Government Entity Representation
Law Enforcement Defense