Estefania “Nia” Reichard was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Alexandria, Louisiana. After obtaining a degree in International Studies from LSU, Mrs. Reichard obtained her graduate degree from Loyola University Chicago and worked for the Cook County Sheriff’s Office, where she helped develop programs targeting recidivism. She later went on to receive her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University New Orleans College of Law where she began her career in Immigration Law.
Mrs. Reichard is a native Spanish speaker who practices in the fields of Immigration and Family Law. She specializes in Special Immigrant Juvenile Status cases and is dedicated to serving the Latinx community in Baton Rouge. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, kayaking, and traveling with her family.