Attorney Profile

Clifton J. Ivey Jr.
ISLN: 917649866
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Practice Areas

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-Criminal Defense; Driving While Intoxicated; Personal Injury; Family Law; Civil Litigation

 

-Admitted: 2002, Louisiana; 2004, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Louisiana

 

-Law School: Louisiana State University, J.D.

 

-Member: Louisiana State Bar Association.

 

-Born: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 29, 1972

 

About

Clifton J. Ivey, Jr. is the founder of the Ivey Law Firm. He was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After completing high school, he received B.A., J.D., and B.C.L. degrees from Louisiana State University. Mr. Ivey is a member of the American Bar Association, Louisiana State Bar Association, and the Baton Rouge Bar Association. He is licensed to practice before all city, parish, and state courts in Louisiana, as well as the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana.

 

Perhaps Mr. Ivey's greatest asset is the training and experience from his eight year tenure with the Baton Rouge Police Department. Mr. Ivey's duty assignments with the B.R.P.D. included the Uniform Patrol Bureau-Second District Station, Cortana Mall Liason Officer, and the DWI Task Force.

 

The following are among the specialized law enforcement training seminars that Mr. Ivey completed which could prove quite helpful in your legal matter:

-Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Certification Course
-Intoxilyzer 5000 Breath-Alcohol Test Machine, Operator's Certification Course
-Enhanced D.U.I. Update
-Semi-Automatic Handgun Transition School
-Basic Narcotics Identification Course
-Gangs and Police Intelligence Course
-Speed Enforcement Certification Course, Certified Operator of Radar/Laser Speed Detection Devices
-Police Shotgun Certification Course
-International Police Mountain Bike Assocaition, Certified Police Cyclist
-Mobile Police Force Training, Police Response to Civil Unrest Seminar
-RADAR/LIDAR Speed Detection Device Instructor
-Certified Semi-Automatic Pistol Armorer