Brigette Richardson has been practicing law in Georgia since 2013. Brigette assists clients with all types of with immigration, criminal, and personal injury matters. She provides representation before the U.S. Immigration Court, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and all state and superior criminal and civil courts. Brigette provides assistance with criminal and immigration bond issues, criminal defense, removal defense, traffic offenses, asylum, family-based petitions, victim-based visa petitions, unlawful presence waivers, and citizenship. Originally from Houston, Texas, Brigette graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with her Bachelor’s degree in 2005. She earned her J.D. at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, where she graduated with honors. Brigette has a history of advocating for the rights of victims and the under-represented. She has worked for several non-profit organizations as well as a boutique immigration firm.
In addition to practicing law, she volunteers regularly for HOPE Worldwide’ s Atlanta Chapter, sits on the board of Bridge Pointe Church in Marietta, and also serves on the ministry staff at Bridge Pointe Church with a focus on women’s ministry. When she is not working or serving her community, Brigette also enjoys interior design and traveling with her friends and family.
J.D., John Marshall Law School
B.A., Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
State Bar of Georgia
American Immigration Lawyers Association
The United States Immigration Court
All State and Superior Courts in the State of Georgia