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The West Legal Group, P.C. - Jonesboro, GA

2242 Mount Zion Road Jonesboro, GA 30236

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Updated: 11/17/2016

Jonesboro Labor/Employment Law Firm


Based in historic downtown Jonesboro, GA, we are a full-service law firm specializing in labor and employment law. We represent clients in both the private and public sectors in all types of employment related actions, including Employment Discrimination (i.e...

About The West Legal Group, P.C.

Practice Areas

  • Labor/Employment Law 90%
  • Real Estate 5%
  • Other 5%


  • 90%


  • Antonia D.J. Miller Award for the Advancement of Human Rights, 2000
  • Law Opportunity Fellowship Recipient, 1997 - 2000

Pro Bono Activities

  • Girl Scouts of America, 1996 - 1997

Representative Clients

  • Federal Sector Employees
  • Private Sector Employees
  • Public Sector Employees

Ancillary Businesses

  • Small Business Consulting
  • Fair Employment Practices Training




  • Katrina Roberts, Administrative Assistant
  • LaShanda Hollingshed, Legal Assistant

Office Information


2242 Mount Zion Road Jonesboro, GA 30236


  • (678) 216-0306

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