Ms. McGill has an extensive and broad legal background in a variety of matters. She uses the business degree she earned at Emory Business School in 1988 to assist business clients in formulating successful legal strategies.
In addition to the business degree from a top 20 business school, Ms. McGill worked at the Georgia Department of Banking & Finance as a bank examiner while she earned her MBA at Kennesaw State University - Business School. In 1991, she started at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and received her law degree in 1994. Ms. McGill joined a nationally recognized corporate law firm in Baltimore where she represented corporations, government officials, employees, and everyday people. Her experience at that firm included handling the defense of four wrongful death matters.
In 1998, she joined a boutique environmental firm in Washington, DC. There, she represented major oil and gas companies in administrative and litigation matters.
In 2001, Ms. McGill returned to Atlanta and joined a large corporate firm with a well established insurance defense practice.
In October 2002, she started her own practice in Atlanta. Since October 2002, the practice has expanded to Maryland, Washington, DC, and New York.
The Client Should Be Involved in All Aspects of the Case
No matter the circumstances, I keep the client actively involved in the business transactions and their cases. For litigation matters, clients know the facts and the desired outcome. Therefore, they should be updated when significant activities are contemplated. Although I cannot guarantee any specific outcome, I can guarantee cost effective representation for most budgets.