ELS is Looking for an Experienced Paralegal to Join Employment Law Firm

Our Paralegal is a very important person in our firm. The Paralegal will assist the firm’s attorneys in every aspect of our practice. Our Attorneys rely heavily on the Paralegal for litigation and other types of matter support. Accordingly, the Paralegal must be able to keep track of many details at the same time and adapt to quickly […]

University of Michigan School of Law Alumni & Friends Service Day – Atlanta May 4 – 1 to 4pm

Friends of ELS: Come join a team of up to 75 volunteers on Saturday, May 4th from 1pm to 4pm at the University of Michigan Law School Alumni & Friends Service Day. Date: May 4 in Atlanta at Atlanta Community Food Bank. This will be the ideal volunteer opportunity. Location: Product Rescue Center 732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. NW, Atlanta, GA 30318-6628 Product Rescue Center volunteers […]

Raquel Crump to Present Navigating Issues of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Feb. 26

Raquel Crump will participate as a panelist in a presentation on Navigating Issues of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace at the Beginning Lawyers Program on February 26, 2019 at the State Bar of Georgia in Atlanta. Raquel’s presentation is scheduled for 9:20 a.m. Details available at www.gabar.org. Link to Register

Chandra Davis will Present a Webinar: Employment Law Trends and Developments on March 22 at 3 p.m.(ET)

Chandra Davis will present a webinar: Employment Law in the 2019 Landscape: Trends, Developments and What Lies Ahead Friday, March 22, 2019  3:00 pm – 4:30 pm (ET) Key Topics: U.S. and Canadian Employment Law Then and Now Recent Updates and Case Law Rulings Enforcement Trends Compliance Issues and Mitigating Risks Click here to register […]

ELS to Honor Dr. King Today

Today is a day to honor Dr. King’s dedication to freedom, justice and equality for all. Hope you can attend one of the many MKL holiday services. www.theemploymentlawsolution.com #mlkday Jamala McFadden, Chandra Davis​, Halima White, Raquel Hoover Crump​, #Jerico Phillips #employmentlaw #NAMWOLF #NMSDC #WBENC #GMSDC #ELSFirm

State Bar of Georgia YLD Labor and Employment Law Committee Discussion Regarding Employment Law Career Paths

Join the State Bar of GA YLD Labor and Employment Law Committee as a panel of employment attorneys from different backgrounds discuss the different career paths employment attorneys can take. The panelists include: Shola Omojokun, Assistant Vice President and Senior Legal Counsel, AT&T (In-House); Benjamin Briggs, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw (AmLaw 100 Defense); Cheryl Legare, Partner, […]

#CheersTo5Years-The Pipeline, Vol. 4

Read our November Newsletter here!

#MeToo: Best Practices for Appellate Courts to Address Past and Avoid Future Sexual Harassment Claims,” Appellate Judges Education Institute, 2018 Summit

  The courthouse, like any other workplace, is not immune from issues and incidents of sexual harassment.  The elements that have given rise to dramatic sexual harassment issues in other working environments exist in the judicial arena,  including: power and prestige differentials among members of the judiciary, their law clerks and other court personnel; the […]

The Multi-Bar Leadership Council (MBLC) Recognizes ELS Partner Jamala McFadden

  November 8, 2018–MBLC’S SETH KIRSCHENBAUM DIVERSITY AWARD recipients embody MBLC’s mission of fostering meaningful and positive interaction among diverse members of the Bar. This effort is demonstrated through the individual or entity’s leadership in programs and efforts that support diversity and inclusion. Specifically, the SK Diversity Award is given to an individual who or […]

“Drum Majors for Justice: The Georgia Experience,” Appellate Judges Education Institute, 2018 Summit

  As covered in the Fulton County Daily Report, ELS Partner Jamala McFadden moderated a discussion between retired Court of Appeals Judge Herb Phipps and historian Maurice Daniels providing a historical legal perspective on the lives and legacies of Georgia civil rights lawyers, particularly Donald Hollowell and C.B. King. The discussion was the opening session […]