Louisa Rader is a Legal Secretary with ELET.


Louisa serves as the point of contact and case manager for Attorney Julia Keck’s clients, helping to get them the information and answers they need efficiently in often stressful and time-sensitive situations.  Many of the clients she works with are in the midst of care transitions, addressing financial concerns, or other urgent and demanding situations.  Louisa’s two years of experience as the firm’s Front Office Legal Secretary prepared her for the wide variety of circumstances her clients face.  Her calm demeanor and exceptional organization enable her to efficiently address these clients’ practical needs.  She schedules calls and appointments, organizes documents and information, assists in implementing legal strategies, drafts vital legal documents, and relays information among the ELET team, the client, and other stakeholders – all with the warmth and compassion needed to calm nerves and help restore peace of mind.


Mount Holyoke College, B.A. in Astronomy and Dance, 2018
University of Tennessee Knoxville, M.S. in Geology, 2020

What is the problem you are best at solving for your clients?

I am an efficient, detail-oriented worker and I am able to quickly pivot between tasks. Our clients come to us with complex, sensitive issues and I work hard to make sure that they receive the best possible experience, both with the legal documents and the reassurance that we are stepping up to help them through challenging times.

What excites you about your work and the contribution you make to the ELET team?

I love working with such dedicated, compassionate people at the firm, and enjoy being able to provide support and relief to clients through some of the most difficult periods in their life.

What do you love most about ELET?

The best part about working at ELET is the collaborative, supportive environment we have. I like being a part of a team that encourages one another.

Where can we find you when you’re not working?

When I’m not working, I’m often in a dance studio either taking class or rehearsing.

Fun fact:

I’ve held both an Apollo sample from the Moon and a Martian meteorite in the same day!