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Welcome

My greatest wish is that no person ever needs my services. I represent people and businesses who have been through some of the worst periods imaginable. If you are here seeking legal representation, then I am truly sorry for what you have been through, but I am eager to see if I can assist you. I have made a career out of weeding out toxicity and righting wrongs. Thanks for stopping by and please reach out if I can help.

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About Brooke

Brooke Bowen is a seasoned litigator and trusted counsel to individuals and businesses alike. Brooke brings a unique perspective to her plaintiffs’ practice having spent the first decade of her career defending large, international organizations and subsequently acting as in-house counsel for a major government organization.  Brooke combines the skills that she gained defending these organizations with her passion of helping others to obtain the best results for her clients – individuals and businesses who have been seriously harmed by the wrongful acts of others.

Brooke was raised in the Southwest Georgia town of Sylvester by a family who instilled in her the values of hard work, honesty, and helping others who have fallen on hard times.  After earning her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Georgia, Brooke began her legal career in New York City. While in New York, Brooke defended major national and international companies in federal and state courts in New York and across the United States, including defense of a case up to the Supreme Court of the United States. Brooke's practice areas included commercial litigation, employment discrimination, toxic torts, personal injury, and education law.

In addition to defending major companies during her time in New York City, Brooke also built a practice defending and acting as outside general counsel to multiple well-known higher education institutions.  Brooke led external investigations of high-level administrators who were accused of violating Title IX and other non-discrimination and anti-harassment laws, drafted college and university policies, and defended her clients before the EEOC and the New York State Division of Human Rights and in various federal and state courts throughout New York.

In 2016, Brooke returned to her home state of Georgia to serve as Legal Counsel for the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, the governing body over the 26 public colleges and universities in Georgia, including the University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology.  While at the Board of Regents, Brooke worked to ensure that every institution complied with all applicable non-discrimination and anti-harassment laws by providing general advice and guidance, drafting policies, training employees on the law and best practices, and investigating instances of wrongdoing.  Brooke led the University System’s First Amendment efforts, drafting the first Board of Regents' Policy on Freedom of Expression and advising the Board of Regents and college and university presidents on all free expression matters.  Brooke also led litigation strategy with the Georgia Attorney General’s Office on matters of systemwide significance for the University System of Georgia and routinely testified before the Georgia General Assembly on legal matters and proposed legislation that impacted the University System.

Brooke returned to private practice in 2022 and began representing individuals who suffered harm at the hands of others, whether in their personal or professional lives. Given her background, Brooke is uniquely positioned to provide thoughtful and strategic guidance to her clients -- those injured and damaged by another's wrongdoing. 

Education

University of Georgia School of Law
J.D., Cum Laude, 2010

 

University of Georgia
A.B.J. in Public Relations
Magna Cum Laude, 2007

 

Licenses
Georgia  .  New York

Court Admissions

Supreme Court of the United States

State Courts

  • Georgia

  • New York
     

Federal Courts

  • Northern District of Georgia

  • Middle District of Georgia

  • Eastern District of New York

  • Southern District of New York

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