Greg Rozas was born and raised in the small community of Mamou, Louisiana. The second oldest son of a family of seven, Greg learned early on in life the values of honesty and loyalty which were prevalent in this small Cajun community.
Greg was the son of a successful District Attorney with a burgeoning Civil practice. In middle school as well as all through high school, Greg used to follow his father to court and watch anxiously as his father prosecuted news worthy capital crimes as well as several large civil cases.
In 6th grade, Greg read Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mocking Bird. This Pulitzer Prize winning story of Atticus Finch, the small town lawyer who raged a battle against small town racial prejudices stuck with Greg for years to come. He knew then and there that representing the “little guy” against big business and corporate America was his calling and would be the only kind of law he would ever practice.
Greg graduated Mamou High School in 1987 and went directly to Louisiana State University. He graduated LSU with a Marketing Degree in 1993 and worked in the Baton Rouge area until he decided to enter law school at Southern University in 1994. Greg graduated Southern Law School, Magna Cum Laude at #10 in his class.
Without a job and at that time, a wife and two small children, Greg decided to hang the proverbial “shingle” and opened up his own solo practice. He spent the better part of his early days as a young lawyer just sitting in court watching the older more experienced trial lawyers of Baton Rouge until he felt comfortable enough with court room procedure to start trying cases.
Greg teamed up with his younger brother, David Rozas in 2004, forming the partnership of Rozas & Rozas which is a law firm dedicated on bringing fair and equitable representation of individuals accused of crimes against the state as well as raging a daily battle for the “little guy” against the un-checked large insurance companies with their endless funds for litigation and anti-democratic tort reform agendas.
Greg Rozas is a devoted husband to Sharon Rozas and the proud father of four children who are all being proudly raised in the East Baton Rouge Parish public school system.
J.D., Louisiana State University Law Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
B.A., Southwestern Louisiana