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Judge Gail Grover

Dedicated Servant. Proven Leadership. Community Focused.


Juris Doctorate Degree, Louisiana State University

Paul Hebert Law Center

Annie E. Casey Foundation, Applied Leadership Network

Assistant Secretary, Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice

Assistant Chief Administrative Officer, City of Baton Rouge/

East Baton Rouge (EBR) Parish

Director, Department of Juvenile Service, EBR Parish

Assistant District Attorney, EBRP - Juvenile Section, 10 yrs.

Louisiana Juvenile Detention Standards Committee

and Task Force

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Trainer

Judicial Clerk, 23rd Judicial District Court

Juris Doctorate, Louisiana State University, Paul Hebert Law


Staff Sergeant, United States Army, 9 yrs.



Annie E. Casey Foundation Juvenile Detention

Alternative Initiative

Baton Rouge Area Violence Elimination

Baton Rouge Bar Association Youth Education Committee

Bible Study Fellowship, International

Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge

East Baton Rouge Children & Youth Planning Board

Family & Youth Service Center

Louisiana Area Women In Ministry

Metanoia Manor for Human Trafficked Youth

Teen Court of Greater Baton Rouge

Truancy Assessment Service Center

Urban Congress on African American Males in Baton Rouge

Urban Restoration Enhancement Corporation

In 1995, a Human Rights Watch Report revealed unacceptable practices and human rights violations within Louisiana's Juvenile Justice System; this was the year Gail Grover entered law school.  Three years later, she graduated from law school and became a lawyer.


Since then, Judge Grover has spent the subsequent 20 years deeply involved in system reform, working collaboratively to improve our local Juvenile Justice System. She stands ready and equipped to continue the work as your judge. 


Married; Three kids, one grandchild

Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church

- Sunday School Teacher, Children's Department

- Sunday School Youth Co-Superintendent

- Sisterhood Ministry President

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