Marjorie S. Self
Marge worked as a physical therapist for years, treating patients who had suffered strokes, head injuries and other debilitating injuries. She found the work rewarding: helping people reclaim strength or developing strengths they didn’t know they had. With the physical demands over many years, she began to explore options for a career change to a position that would remove “lifting” from her job description but still allowed her to help others.
The Baton Rouge native returned to school to receive her J.D. from Mississippi College School of Law. She now focuses on arbitration-related collections, resident rights, exploitation issues, and conservatorships.
Marge draws personal satisfaction using her professional legal skills to help those who are not able to help themselves, and to represent people who care for those who are injured or aged. Marge enjoys “biking” her dog, gardening and being with her family. She aspires to learn to cook and enjoy doing it.