Alfreda L. Williams
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Alfreda L. Williams is a native of Monroe, Georgia. Williams accepted an academic and sports scholarship to Georgia State University. She obtained her undergraduate degree in psychology and graduated with academic honors. After receiving her bachelor's degree, she accepted a full academic scholarship to Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge. While at Southern, Williams was inductive into the prestigious American Inns of Court, served on the Women in Law panel, was a member Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, and a member of the Sports and Entertainment Law Association.
Williams continues to be progressive in her community as mentor of the Project WOR campaign, the Kayden Jayce Foundation, and a devoted member of Christian Growth Cathedral International Church in Conyers, Georgia. Williams acts as assistant director of CGC Dance Company and minister of the missionary team wherein she has traveled to Kenya and Ethiopia in furtherance of the mission. Williams is a member of Stars Community Outreach, volunteer for the Hosea Williams Feed the Hungry and Homeless, volunteer for Mothers Against Drunk Driving, volunteer with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, and plays an active role in various local community political activities.
Alfreda L. Williams is admitted to practice law in all Georgia State Courts, the United States Northern District Court for the State of Georgia, and the Georgia Court of Appeals. Williams is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, American Association for Justice, National Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, the American Bar Association, and the Litigation Section, Tort Section, and Family Law Section of the Atlanta Bar Association.
Attorney Williams is a teacher, missionary, praise dancer, philanthropist, long distance runner, volunteer, and world traveler. She is dedicated to all her endeavors and excels at all challenges. She gives that same dedication to her clients in an effort to overcome all challenges and exceed client expectations.
Ahleqzandarr Thomas is a native of Birmingham, Alabama. He obtained his undergraduate degree from The University of Alabama in criminal justice with a minor psychology. While enrolled at The University of Alabama, he received an academic scholarship for his dedicated unwavering involvement in several organizations during his undergraduate studies. After receiving his bachelor’s degree, he was awarded the John E. Ryan Merit Scholarship to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. While pursuing his law degree, he was a celebrated member of the Corporate and Business Law Society.
Thomas handles civil litigation and administration for the firm. Thomas lends a passionate sincere ear to clients allowing them to feel comfortable and confident that their case will be handled effectively and diligently. He brings his pragmatic approach, creative solutions, patience, and winning personality to the firm.
Ruquayyah Ahmad-Byrd is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Byrd pursued her undergraduate studies at Clark Atlanta University. Always passionate for her community and the law, Ms. Byrd obatined a Criminal Justice Degree and graduated cum laude.
Attorney Byrd graduated from John Marshall Law School where she was the cohort winner in the 1L Oral Argument Competition. Ms. Byrd prepared herself for the duties of an attorney by being an active memeber of the Jewish Law Student Association and Black Law Student Association. She is now an active member of the American Bar Association.
Ms. Byrd is admitted to practice in all Georgia State Courts.
Ms. Byrd leads the landlord/tenant division of the the firm. She also plays an integral part in facilitating criminal defense and family law matters. She has a zest for litigation and a sincere commitment to justice for those of the juvenile populace.