Currently, she is the reporter for the Family Law Committee of the Louisiana State Law Institute and also serves as a member of the surrogacy committee. Judge Baker also serves on the Judicial Budgetary Control Board. She is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Judicial Education Curriculum Project, a project of the Louisiana Supreme Court's Protective Order Registry. She serves on the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges' Family Violence and Domestic Relations Advisory Committee. She is a past chair of the Family Law Section of the Baton Rouge Bar Association and the immediate past president of the Louisiana Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. She is a member of the Louisiana Bar Foundation Capital Area Community Partnership Panel and a member of the pro se litigants committee of the Louisiana District Judges Association. Judge Baker is also the Louisiana Council of Juvenile and Family Courts Association’s designee to the Child Support Guideline review committee.
The Honorable Lisa Woodruff-White was elected to The Family Court for East Baton Rouge Parish, Division B, in 2008.
Judge Woodruff-White received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 1986, and her Juris Doctor degree from Southern University Law Center in 1989. Prior to her election to the bench, Judge Woodruff-White worked for ten years as a staff attorney, senior attorney, and attorney supervisor for Support Enforcement Services. Judge Woodruff-White was also appointed by Governor Kathleen Blanco to the position of deputy secretary of the Louisiana Department of Social Services in 2004, where she led legislation and supervised the bureaus of General Counsel, Appeals, and Civil Rights until 2008. She also served as statewide director of the Louisiana Child Support Program from 2001-2004. She served as chair of the Child Support Committee of the Louisiana State Law Institute from 2004 to 2010 and chair of the Louisiana Child Support Guidelines Review Committee in 1999 and 2004. She is a former commissioner on the Louisiana Housing Finance Agency Board of Directors, former vice president of the National Child Support Enforcement Association, former executive board member of the National Council of Child Support, and former president of the Southwest Regional Child Support Association.
Currently, Judge Woodruff-White serves as reporter of the Child Support Committee of the Louisiana State Law Institute, and she represents the Louisiana Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges on the Louisiana State Law Institute Council. She also serves on the Executive Committee of the Louisiana District Judges Association, where she serves on the legislative committee and chairs the self-represented litigant committee. She leads legislation in the area of family law for the Louisiana Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. She also serves on the Louisiana Supreme Court’s Self-Represented Litigant’s Committee and the pro bono services committees of the Louisiana State and Baton Rouge Bar Associations. She also leads the judges of The Family Court for East Baton Rouge Parish in the Self Help Resource Center Partnership. On June 5, 2013, Judge Woodruff-White received the Louisiana State Bar Association’s President’s Award for her exemplary work with self-represented litigants in Louisiana.
Judge Charlene Charlet Day
The Honorable Charlene Charlet Day was elected to The Family Court for East Baton Rouge Parish, Division C, in April 2011, and she currently serves as Chief Judge.
Judge Day received her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Louisiana State University in 1974, her Masters of Education in Supervision and Administration from Louisiana State University in 1980, and her Juris Doctor degree from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center in 1994. Prior to her election to the bench, Judge Day was in private practice at the firm of Myles, Cook & Day. She practiced law for over sixteen years, focusing primarily on family law. Immediately after law school, Judge Day served as a judicial law clerk in the Twentieth Judicial District Court for the Honorable William F. Kline, Jr. and the Honorable Wilson R. Ramshur.
Currently, Judge Day is involved as a fellow with Louisiana Bar Foundation, a member of the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, and a member of the Wex S. Malone American Inn of Court. Judge Day is also currently serving on the legislative committee on the Louisiana Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. Aside from her professional activities, Judge Day is involved in the Zachary Chamber of Commerce, Central Chamber of Commerce, Capital City Republican Women, and the Republican Women of Central. She also is a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Zachary, Louisiana, and its mission church, Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church in Clinton, Louisiana.
Before going to law school, Judge Day had a career as an educator. She taught English and social studies at Northwestern Middle School in Zachary, Louisiana, and before that, taught fourth grade at Silliman Institute in Clinton, Louisiana. Judge Day was recognized as the Teacher of the Year for Northwestern Middle School and was a finalist for the parish-wide East Baton Rouge Teacher of the Year in 1988-1989.
Judge Hunter Greene
The Honorable Hunter Greene was elected to The Family Court for East Baton Rouge Parish, Division D, in 2014.
Judge Greene was a sole practitioner from 1998 to 2014, during which his law practice was focused on the areas of family law and estate planning. Judge Greene received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Louisiana State University in 1989. He worked for a Baton Rouge CPA firm and was a licensed CPA for nine years. He received his law degree from Southern University Law Center, where he graduated magna cum laude in 1994. Following law school, he served as an attorney for the Legislative Auditor’s Office until 1998, when Judge Greene began his private law practice.
For ten years, Judge Greene served in the Louisiana House of Representatives, representing District 66 in East Baton Rouge Parish. Judge Greene was re-elected without opposition for his second and third terms. In the House of Representatives, Judge Greene served as Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee and Chairman of the Legislative Audit Advisory Council. He also served on the Commerce, Education, Insurance, Judiciary, and House Executive Committees. Judge Greene is also a member of the Louisiana State Law Institute Child Support Committee.
Judge Greene has been married to Emily Aaron Greene for 24 years. They have three children: Ashley, Matthew and Lauren.