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Alyssa G. Gill

Alyssa G. Gill

  • Biography

    Alyssa brings an instinct to advocate for those in business. A legal extraordinaire with a creative flair, Alyssa draws from her innovative mindset to create tailored solutions for clients. At BFV, Alyssa counsels clients through diverse business challenges and disputes, including business and real estate litigation and labor and employment and noncompete matters.

    Previously, Alyssa was an Associate Attorney at an international law firm in New York. Her previous experience also includes legal externships at the Federal Trade Commission and ACLU of Georgia and judicial externships with Judge Eleanor L. Ross (federal) and Judge Billy Tomlinson (state).

    A graduate of Emory University School of Law (Honors), Alyssa won regional and national accolades on Emory’s Lefkowitz Trademarks moot court team and was inducted into The Order of Barristers for excellence in litigation activities. Alyssa received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism in Entertainment and Media Studies (Cum Laude) and her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature (Cum Laude) from the University of Georgia. Prior to law school, Alyssa worked in the Atlanta media industry.

    Outside of the office, Alyssa enjoys arranging music for the piano and guitar, as well as writing creatively, especially screenplays and manuscripts.

  • Credentials

    • New York (2024)
    • A.B., University of Georgia, cum laude, 2018
    • A.B.J., University of Georgia, cum laude, 2018
    • J.D., Emory University School of Law, with honors, 2023
  • Recognition

    • Selected Member, The Order of Barristers, a national honorary organization
    • Emory Moot Court Society | 2022 Saul Lefkowitz Trademarks Moot Court Competition
      • First Place Overall, Best Oralists (Regionals)
      • Second Place Overall, Second Place Oralists (Nationals)
    • Kessler-Eidson Program for Trial Techniques
      • Top 20 Finalist
  • Publications

    • “Navigating Georgia’s Codification of the Daubert Standard” – 2021 Georgia Latino Law Foundation Judicial Research Repository (Georgia State University College of Law Library)