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Abby Herrmann

Abby HerrmannAssociate

Carissa Boatner

A graduate of Georgia State University College of Law, Abby Herrmann joins our team at Warner Bates as of 2017. Our legal team is excited to welcome her as a valuable addition. Prior to working as an attorney for our firm, Abby worked as a law clerk and interned for a Fulton County Superior Court Judge, where she honed her skills and gained the experience necessary to join our firm.

During her time in school, she acquired a number of awards and accomplishments --including but not limited to being an Equal Justice America Fellowship recipient, receiving a CALI Award in Refugee and Asylum Law and participating as a pupil in the Charles Longstreet Weltner Family Law Inn of Court. Formerly the President and Treasurer of the Family Law Society, Abby was also a member of the Association of Women Law Students.

Abby is originally from Augusta, Georgia and attended the University of Georgia prior to law school. She currently resides in the Virginia Highlands and enjoys going to concerts, trying new restaurants and exploring the city.

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Family law issues are some of the most draining, emotional, and risk-heavy cases in the field of law. This is why it is essential you protect yourself and your family by enlisting the help of an Atlanta family lawyer you can rely on, such as ours at Warner Bates. Our firm is committed to upholding excellence with each and every case we take, which is what makes us one of the most competitive legal teams in Atlanta family law.

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