Louis A. Bedford, IV, focuses his practice in the areas of Election Law and Voting Rights Law. Louis knows the scales of justice tip in favor of those with power and influence, and he pledges to use his his knowledge to balance the odds. He is a dedicated advocate to understands that the key to having a true representative democracy is making sure that the people are empowered with the information they need to have control over their own lives, but also making sure people have a voice in a system that actively tries to keep people voiceless.
Poverty and disenfranchisement have crippling and truly traumatic impacts on people who have to endure, and he works to bring communities and groups together, as he believes solidarity and community can create a revoluntionary change to the world around us.
Those who work with Louis see his tireless dedication and his desire to do as much as he possibly can to help those around him. Louis’s background as a caregiver has informed how he operates and interacts with the world, and he brings that perspective with him to every case and task.
Louis is a graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas. When he is not working, he enjoys movies, traveling, and spending time with those he cares about the most.
- Voting Rights
- Election Law
- University of Texas School of Law – Austin, J.D., 2018
- New York University, B.S., 2015
- Attorney, West & Associates, L.L.P.
- Texas Civil Rights Project (2019-2020)
- Illinois Collaboration on Youth (2018-2019)
- State Bar of Texas
- African-American Lawyers
- Individual Rights and Responsibilities
- JL Turner Legal Association
- New Leaders Council – 2021 Dallas Chapter
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