M. Leila Louzri has lived most of her life in Greenville, South Carolina. She has worked for Foster Law Firm since 1998 as a paralegal, law clerk, and, currently, an associate attorney. She graduated from Greenville Technical College with an Associate's Degree in Public Service - Paralegal in 2001. She then attended USC Upstate and graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History. After graduating from USC Upstate, Leila attended Charlotte School of Law where she was a Senior Editor on Charlotte Law Review. She was also the co-founder and Treasurer of the Charlotte School of Law Animal Law Society and a member of the Order of the Crown Legal Honor Society. She graduated magna cum laude in May 2014. She was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in November of 2014 and the North Carolina Bar in May 2015. Leila began working for Foster Law Firm as an associate attorney in November 2014.
Leila handles various types of ERISA and insurance matters, including short/long term disability, life insurance, health insurance, and pension/retirement. She also represents individuals in both South Carolina and North Carolina regarding benefits (short term/long term disability, health insurance, life insurance, disability pension/retirement) provided to state, county, and city employees (such as teachers, police officers, firemen, some hospital workers, and city workers).