She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from University of South Florida in Tampa. Andrienne then went on to receive her Juris Doctor from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School where she graduated in the top 25% of her class. While she was in law school, Andrienne was on the AJMLS Mock Trial Team and was on the Editorial Board for The John Marshall Law Journal as the Executive Notes and Comments Editor. She was also Valedictorian of the prestigious Professional Development Academy Fall 2019 class held in the Spring and Fall by Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA).
Passionate about serving those who truly need representation, Andrienne is detail-oriented and enjoys putting her research skills to work to get her clients the best result possible and most notably won two six-figure settlements in recent cases.
“There’s a satisfying feeling to know that my experience and expertise was able to help someone with one of the hardest times in their life. As a personal injury lawyer, I am working on behalf of clients and on behalf of the public to hold insurance companies and corporations accountable in using necessary measures to keep others safe.” says Andrienne. “I love researching all areas of the law and finding the nuances and exceptions that allow my clients to walk away with the highest case value. I love my role of both attorney and counselor in working with clients.”
When she’s not practicing law, Andrienne enjoys Tennis, Boxing, and Basketball as well as volunteering for her church and with local charities. Born in the States, Andrienne is Jamaican and loves celebrating her heritage – and experiencing the best Jamaican food in Atlanta! You can email Andrienne directly at email@example.com
- John Marshall Law School
- University of South Florida B.A. in Criminology
Bar and Court Admissions
- State Bar of Georgia
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia