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Hon. Ethel S. Julien
Division "N" - Section 8

421 Loyola Avenue, Room 312
New Orleans, LA  70112
Phone:  (504) 407-0330
FAX:  (504) 304-1694
julien@orleanscdc.com

          STAFF

Minute Clerk:  Myrna Shelton
mshelton@orleanscdc.com
Crier:  Norlita Wells
nwells@orleanscdc.com
Law Clerk:  Alice Snee
asnee@orleanscdc.com
Court Reporter:  Lillian Weber
lweber@orleanscdc.com


         OFFICE HOURS

          Monday through Friday
             9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

 


          DIVISION PROCEDURES

Judge Julien strictly enforces the Local Rules.

STATUS CONFERENCES

Status Conferences may be scheduled by filing a motion to set a status conference. The court will select a status conference date and mail joint status conferences outline to the requesting attorney. The requesting attorney is responsible for insuring that the joint status conference outline is completed and submitted to the court on the morning of the status conference.

CONTINUANCES

All motions to continue trials shall be filed not less than 30 days prior to the trial date. Any motions to continue filed within 30 days of the trial date will not be considered until the pre-trial conference the morning of trial.

All motions to continue must indicate within the motion, the date of trial, and whether or not there is any opposition to the continuance.

Rules: may be continued by consent or by contradictory motion. And opposition must be stated within the motion.

Motions to set for trial: when the motion to set for trial is submitted to the court, a notice will be issued to all counsel of record setting a pre-trial conference, whereby cut-offs and a trial date will be set.

Pre-Trial Conferences: the court requires a joint pre-trial outline to be filed and one copy submitted to the court three days before the pre-trial conference.

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