Eric Vincent, Jr. (E.J.) was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. After graduating high school in 2009, he moved to Baton Rouge, LA to attend LSU. During his undergraduate years, he became a member of the LSU Cheerleading team. As an LSU cheerleader, E.J. spent much of his time interacting with the university’s fans and supporters. These interactions made it clear to him that his passion for LSU athletics and his connection with the program’s supporters was rooted in his affection for the people of Louisiana.
E.J. graduated from LSU with a Bachelor’s in Business Management and immediately started law school. While attending law school E.J. was a Student extern and investigator for the East Baton Rouge Parish Public Defender’s Office. He graduated from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University in the spring of 2017 and was admitted into the Louisiana Bar in October 2017.
After graduation, E.J. signed on as a contract Public Defender with the Ascension Parish Public Defender’s Office. In September 2019, E.J. became an associate attorney at the wonderful Rozas and Associates Law Firm, where he practices in the areas of Criminal Defense, Family law, and Immigration.
Licensed in Louisiana. Practice in all other states limited to Immigration and Federal Criminal Defense.