Profile

At my core, I am a problem solver and disruptor and Taylor English continues to disrupt the traditional law firm and professional services model. This is the ideal platform for my clients.

Lacrecia Cade is a strategist in Taylor English Decisions LLC and a member of Taylor English Duma LLP's Higher Education Practice Group. Ms. Cade rejoins Taylor English from Morehouse College where she served as the General Counsel and Chief of Staff during a time of unprecedented growth and change. In addition to her practice, Ms. Cade is a speaker and author. She uses these platforms to discuss how to overcome organizational dysfunction and shares lessons learned during her career that’s been full of healthy disruption.

Ms. Cade focuses on strengthening organizations that are experiencing growth or transformation and need support elevating the people, systems or process to function at high levels. From conducting robust leadership assessments and retreats to identifying and remedying broken business processes, Ms. Cade understands and provides true partnership with leaders to create foundations of change.

Ms. Cade consults with educational institutions, businesses and non-profit organizations providing strategic guidance on governance, legal and compliance strategies, crisis management, strategic communications, diversity and inclusion strategies, strategic planning and organizational development.

Community Involvement

Georgia Chamber of Commerce's Diversity and Inclusion Council

Newsroom

Speaking Engagements

Publications

Education

College of William and Mary, JD, 2002

American University, Communications, Legal Institutions, Economics and Government, BA, 1999

Bar Admissions

Georgia

Louisiana

Courts & Adjudicative Bodies

Georgia State Courts, 2002

Georgia Court of Appeals, 2002

Georgia Supreme Court, 2002

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, 2002

Louisiana State Courts, 2009

Louisiana Court of Appeals, 2009

Supreme Court of Louisiana, 2009

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, 2009