“My ability to absorb and process a great deal of information at an unusually fast pace serves me well in the legal arena. I’m also very adept at thinking on my feet and adjusting my course when necessary. When something isn’t working, I stay calm, take a pause, and redirect my train of thought to create a better plan and ultimately a better resolution.”
Bringing an exceptional work ethic and intellectual acumen to her practice, Angelle Crochet handles a range of undertakings, including drafting various motions, writing deposition summaries, and conducting research on the full spectrum of issues relating to claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. She also reviews employee handbooks to ensure that their policies comply with applicable state and federal law.
As Angelle launches her practice, she looks forward to building and fostering strong relationships and trust with her clients. With a cordial, professional, and responsive approach, she wants the people she represents to be assured that she’ll always have their best interests in mind and will doggedly work to resolve their issues in a timely manner.
With a passion for learning and outstanding organizational skills, Angelle eagerly dives into all projects that come her way and executes them with the utmost competence. She enjoys the mental challenge of investigating a topic thoroughly, developing ideas and concepts, and forming effective strategies that provide clients with real-world advantages.
Angelle’s unique background as a high-level competitive gymnast ingrained her qualities of excellent time management, self-discipline, reliability, and perseverance—traits she now applies to her practice. Angelle was originally inspired to become a lawyer after she became aware of an egregious situation in the gymnastics world and observed attorneys fighting for justice in response.
While in law school, Angelle volunteered with Teen Court, a diversion program in which teens present cases and sentence their peers for first time misdemeanor offenses. She also participated in Trial Advocacy and was nominated for membership in the Wex Malone Inns of Court.