She’s a Skilled Lawyer Who Knows the Law & Her way Around the Courthouse. Meet Criminal Defense & Domestic Relations Attorney Dana Pagan.
Q: Why did you decide to attend law school?DP: I attended law school because I wanted to have a challenging career and I wanted to help people. My undergraduate degree is in Criminal Justice, so I have always had an interest in the criminal justice system and the theories behind crime and punishment. Q: What was your first job? And how did it shape or impact you?DP: Both of my parents owned their own businesses, so my first jobs were working for both of ..
Meet Atlanta Attorney, Heather C. Wright. Her Law Firm can Handle Cases Through any Legal Means Necessary Including Litigation, Negotiation, or Mediation & She will use Her Years of Experience to Achieve the Best Possible Outcome.
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? HW: Honestly, at the time of completing high school, I was focused on getting to law school and having a career in law. Specifically, I wanted to have a well-rounded education for my undergraduate degree, so I studied finance at the University of Georgia, and then went straight to law school at Mercer University. I knew that I wanted to practice law but did not know exactly what t..
Attorney Jennifer L. DeLoach Understands the Many Legal Issues that a Family Can Face. She Offers Compassionate & Experienced Legal Counsel Regardless of the Situation, by Fostering Relationships Through Effective Communication.
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? JD: As a small child and all the way through high school, I aspired to become a novelist. I was always a big reader, and still am. I wanted to write historical fiction, especially, and in college I majored in history and English. It wasn’t until the end of my college career that I realized I probably wasn’t built for the career uncertainties of being a professional fiction writer, a..
As a Former Prosecutor, She has a Great Deal of Experience in Criminal & Immigration Defense. She’s Experienced, Respected & Gets Results! Meet Atlanta Attorney, Meighan L. Vargas
Q: Why did you decide to attend law school?
MV: Law is a calling for me. I love trial practice and some of the puzzles we have to solve. So, I decided I wanted to attend and then move on to help people using my education and skills. It sounds cliché but it’s absolutely true, to this day.
Q: Share with us your experience as a prosecutor and why you decided to leave.
MV: I have experience as both an Assistant District Attorney and an Assistant Solicitor Ge..
Compassion, Understanding & Knowledge: Attorney Tracie Klinke Provides Immigration Legal Services of the Highest Quality with Uncompromising Commitment & Exceptional Service.
Q: What was your first job? And how did it shape or impact you?TK: My first paid job was in high school – I was as a waitress at a local restaurant known for its pie. I’d say there were three good lessons that came from that experience. First, that I had to serve whoever sat in my section – be it someone I liked or didn’t like or felt awkward around (like the most popular girl in the school). I had a job to do and couldn’t let personal biases get in the wa..
With Practical Wisdom & Trusted Advice, She Will Help You Resolve Your Legal Matter the Best Way Possible with Unbelievable Client Service. Meet Atlanta Attorney Kristal Holmes
Q: At age 16, what did you think your career path might be? KH: I always knew I would become some sort of professional. The father of one of my childhood friends is an attorney and as kids we would visit his office. I was always intrigued by his job. I remember as a young child researching in our family’s encyclopedia what an attorney is and the importance of attorneys in our society. However, at age 16 I truly enjoyed science and I thought that I would..
Attorney Shilpa Jadwani, Focused on Superior Results & Personal Service
Q: When did you know you wanted to pursue a career in the legal field?SJ: I was in fact very young when I realized that I wanted to pursue a career in Law. However, after college I had some doubts and took a year off before law school to work at various law firms and organizations to ensure that a career in the legal field was still what I wanted to pursue. My intention was solidified after working at the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office. I worked in their..
When Experience, Expertise, Success & Dedication Matters, Meet Atlanta Attorney Sarah Stottlemyer
Q: When did you know you wanted to pursue a career in the legal field?SS: I knew in Kindergarten that I wanted to be an Attorney so I could help people. My Dad was an attorney in the 60’s and practiced Civil Rights law, so I was taught at a young age the importance of being a voice for those that did not have one.Q: How long have you practiced law?SS:15 yearsQ: What type of cases do you generally handle? SS: I personally only handle workers’ compensation c..
Passionately Working for the Results You Deserve; Meet Atlanta Attorney Attorney Ecleynne Mercy
Q: When did you know you would pursue a career in the legal field?EM: When I was five years old. At my kindergarten graduation, everyone was asked what they wanted to do… kids said doctor, teacher, mailman etc. I didn’t see the option that I wanted. I tossed and turned the night before graduation and then I figured it out. I scribbled something on a purple construction paper… kid-like hieroglyphics and I practiced the statement that I learned from Primetim..
Response, Reliability & Results Fighting for Your Legal Rights, Meet Attorney Mia Frieder
Q: Why did you choose to become a lawyer?MF: I really enjoy helping people. As a plaintiff’s lawyer, I represent individuals and families, not companies. One of the privileges of my profession is that I get the opportunity, not only to meet different people, but to learn about them. In order to represent someone in an adversary proceeding like a trial, you have to know about your clients. So, I get the opportunity to be drawn into their lives. It’s a ..
A Law Firm that is Client Driven with Proven Results Meet Atlanta Attorney Anita Lamar She Makes it Right When You’ve Been Wronged
Q: When did you know you wanted to pursue a career in the legal field?AL: As early as elementary school I had an interest in being a lawyer. In high school, I debated and did well. I later received a debate scholarship to attend college. After I graduated from college, I worked for a small law practice. My experiences as a debater and working at a law firm solidified my desire to practice law.Q: What expectations did you have after graduating and recei..
Putting Her Imagination to Work with Understanding & Commitment Meet, Atlanta Attorney, Johnetta G. Paye, Esq.
Q: How old were you when you knew you wanted to pursue a career in the legal field? JP: I was about 8 or 9 years old. Initially, I wanted to be an actress. I was going to be the next Whoopi Goldberg. I grew up in an immigrant household so being an actress was frowned upon. I was encouraged to become a doctor, lawyer, or something that my African parents considered sensible. Then I thought about what could I do to support people in the arts. I decided to be..
Law, Justice & Results, Building on a Tradition of Success Meet Atlanta Attorney, Lyle Griffin Warshauer
Q: How old were you when you knew you wanted to pursue a career in the legal field? LGW: 18 years old, when I was a freshman in college. I thought I wanted to be a doctor and was in the pre-med program; but I took a Constitutional Law class as an elective on a whim and I instantly fell in love with the law. I changed my major to political science, with a minor in history – the quintessential pre-law scenario! By the time I graduated I was pretty sure th..
A Boutique Law Firm that is Client Focused & Results Driven, Meet Atlanta Attorney Lerae Funderburg
Q: How old were you when you knew you wanted to pursue a career in the legal field? LF: If I’m being completely honest, I sort of fell into the law. I was one of those people that everyone always told was smart and that I should go to law school. After graduating with my bachelor’s in criminal justice, law school seemed like the next logical step. I wasn’t sold on the idea then, so I applied to grad school simultaneously. I always wanted to be an elementar..
Making it Possible Through Legal Knowledge & Wisdom, Meet Atlanta Attorney, Christine L. Mast
Q: How old were you when you knew you wanted to pursue a career in the legal field? CM: Honestly, I was not one of those kids who always knew what I wanted to be when I grew up. I don’t think I made the decision until my senior year in college after taking the LSAT, the GMAT along with interviewing for jobs. Q: What expectations did you have after graduating and receiving your law degree?CM: Very few actually. With my student loans, I knew I would have t..