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OSHAJune 19, 2020by Stanton LawStanton Law Hires Three Attorneys, Two Clerks

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Stanton Law LLC is proud to announce the hiring of three attorneys and two law school clerks. In a time when most firms are shrinking, Stanton continues to grow with both lateral and new-graduate hires. In addition, Stanton has maintained its clerkship program, offering valuable firm experience to select law school students. 

In March, Danielle Berry joined Stanton from Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, LLP, where she practiced complex defense and employment litigation. Danielle, who joins Stanton as of counsel, is also the founder of Wellworks Consulting. Wellworks provides legal and wellbeing services to individuals and companies. She will continue her role as Wellworks’ Chief Wellbeing Officer while practicing at Stanton. 

In June, Joshua Joel joined Stanton as of counsel. Josh has experience as a labor and employment lawyer at both large and mid-sized Atlanta firms, most recently having practiced at Greenberg Traurig. Josh has developed a niche specialty in ADA Title III accommodations, including online and website accessibility issues. He looks forward to expanding this practice at Stanton.

Emily Gaston has been serving as a law clerk with Stanton since May 2019 and recently joined the firm upon graduation from Georgia State University’s College of Law this spring. She will serve as an associate.

Later this month, Sally Nicholas will be the first of two clerks to join Stanton. Sally is in her third year at GSU’s College of Law. She graduated from the University of Georgia with majors in insurance and risk management and a minor in Spanish.

In August, Fanny Chac will join the firm as a law clerk. Fanny, who is a third-year student at GSU’s College of Law, graduated from the University of Georgia with a double major in economics and international business.

Stanton’s unique approach allows attorneys to build practices that fit within the rest of their lives, thus creating a work-life balance that allows for personal and professional growth. The firm welcomes these new attorneys and clerks.