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..
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..
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 ..
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..
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..
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..
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..
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..
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..
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 ..
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..
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..