The Georgia State College of Law community is wide-reaching and we celebrate the accomplishments of our students from admission to bar passage and beyond. Below are latest achievements from our graduates. All graduates can submit a Class Action through the online form.
Candice Broce (J.D. ’14) is now Chief Operating Officer in the Office of Governor Brian P. Kemp. Broce most recently served as Communications Director and Chief Deputy Executive Counsel for Governor Kemp, and she previously managed communications and served as legal counsel for elections and legislative affairs at the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office.
Lisa Cupid (J.D. ’13) was elected chair of the Cobb County Board of Commissioners. She has served as the only Democrat on the Cobb Board of Commissioners for the last eight years. (pictured above)
Doug Isenberg (J.D. ’96) was appointed to the the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre domain name dispute resolution panel. HKIAC operates as the Hong Kong office of the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre, which provides domain name dispute resolution services under the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). Doug already serves as a domain name panelist for other UDRP providers, including the World Intellectual Property Organization, the Forum (formerly the National Arbitration Form), the Czech Arbitration Court, and the Canadian International Internet Dispute Resolution Centre.
Emily Sanford Johnson (J.D. ’97) was recently promoted to Deputy General Counsel, President of the Global Legal Department, at United Parcel Service (UPS). She is based at UPS’s corporate headquarters in Atlanta, having previously relocated back from Louisville, Kentucky, where she led the legal department for UPS’s airline division.
Heather Obelgoner (J.D. ’18)
Obelgoner joined Swift, Currie, McGhee & Hiers’ coverage and commercial litigation practice. She previously served as a law clerk at the Supreme Court of Georgia.
Judge Pandora Palmer (J.D. ’94) was sworn in to the Henry County Superior Court on Oct. 21 by Gov. Brian Kemp. Prior to that, she served on the Henry County State Court. Before serving on the bench, she owned a private practice for seven years.
Judge Danielle Roberts (J.D. ’06) was appointed State Court Judge for Henry County by Gov. Brian Kemp. For the past three years she has served as a Henry County Magistrate Court judge. Prior to that she was an associate attorney with AXAMLAW and also partner and co-founder of Axam-Roberts Legal Group.
Jennifer Sandberg (J.D. ’97) was named the new Atlanta office leader at Fisher Phillips, making her the first woman to hold that position. Sandberg has spent her legal career at Fisher Phillips, joining the firm in 1997 after graduating from the College of Law.
Jodi Dixon Taylor (J.D. ’06) was recognized on the Atlanta Business Chronicle 40 Under Forty list. Taylor is associate general counsel at Brasfield & Gorrie.