About Sherb Sentell III

Sherb Sentell III is currently a Minden-Ward 1 City Judge in Minden, LA.  In addition, Sherb Sentell III is a Partner in the Sentell Law Firm, LLC, in Minden. His firm operates a general practice in trial litigation and handles serious personal injury and wrongful death claims, contract law disputes, and suits brought against building contractors. The firm’s team also works in oil and gas law. In Jackson Parish, Sentell Law Firm achieved a multimillion-dollar award in such a dispute.

Sherb Sentell III has served over 22 years in the United States Army.  He is currently a Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves.  He has been deployed to Iraq twice, one of them being with the elite 82nd Airborne during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He has received numerous military decorations and badges, including the General Douglas MacArthur Leadership Award and two Bronze Star Medals. Sherb Sentell III has also served in various executive officer positions with the Reserves, and he currently functions as Battalion Commander for his unit.

A graduate of Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Herbert Law Center, he finished with a rank in the top 3% of his graduating class. During his days in law school, Sentell penned “Fixing The Right Of Passage from an Enclosed Estate: Deciding Where To Break Out Using Louisiana Civil Code Article 692” for the Louisiana Law Review. Sherb Sentell III completed his undergraduate work at Davidson College in North Carolina, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and was the Distinguished Military Graduate.


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