We promise to provide a different type of attorney-client relationship.
We get back to our clients
within 72 hours. Everytime.
We keep you informed
about your case.
Schedule monthly calls
with your attorney.
Tailored strategic lawyering
based on your goals.
A FIRM SPECIALIZING IN DISCRIMINATION AND LANDLORD TENANT MATTERS
Edmonds Law Office of Civil Rights is a boutique law firm with that provides you with the guidance and expertise to pursue the closest and highest form of justice, as determined by you. We promise to...
Keep you informed about your case at each step of the journey
Respond in a timely fashion to all of your questions and concerns
Work diligently on your behalf as a team with integrity
Whether you're dealing with a discrimination or landlord tenant matter, we understand this is an incredibly stressful time for you. Our office utilizes client-centered, trauma-informed lawyering. What does this mean for you?
Our team listens first.
We explain your options without using legalese.
We have non-standard business hours to accommodate your schedule.
We value transparency, so we list our pricing on our website.
We use technology and a secured client portal to keep you informed about your case. In 2021, Our office won Best of Georgia for our way of doing things.
Read more about our different type of attorney-client relationship.
Our firm represents employees who have experienced discrimination or retaliation based on race, color, religion, sex/gender, national origin, age, and disability. Our office helps employees navigate:
Filing an employment discrimination charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or Georgia Commission on Equal Opportunity (GCEO)
Mediations at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Filing lawsuits in federal court following 'Right-to-Sue' letters
Landlord Tenant Cases
Edmonds Law Office represents tenants in eviction defense, poor living conditions cases, breach of contract, and security deposit matters. Our office helps with:
Illegal Evictions/Apartment Lockouts
Poor living conditions including mold, mildew, leaks, infestations
Security Deposit Matters
Breach of Contract
Personal Injuries related to Mold Exposure
DISCRIMINATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION MATTERS
Our firm represents children with disabilities under the IDEA, ADA, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. We also represent children who have been discriminated against based on their membership in a protected class (Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964). We help parents and students navigate:
Individualized Education Plans to assist with a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE)
Students who may be expelled, suspended, or otherwise punished by schools for discriminatory reasons
JUSTICE FOR YOU
We represent individuals in civil rights actions. Civil Rights includes many different types of cases, many of which derive from constitutional rights including:
Fair Housing Act Claims
False Imprisonment Claims
Discrimination in Contracts
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"I was happy with the fact that I was handled with care and honesty, and I did not feel as if I was being talked down to. Attorney Edmonds is very kind."
The prompt and open communication was excellent! Ms. Edmonds is very knowledgeable regarding the laws and tenants rights. She was thorough in her explanation of the case and how she planned to proceed, as well as the possible outcomes.
"I completely understood all aspects of my case, and Attorney Edmonds won my case. Paula is a great case manager and also very thorough in her explanations and communication was always prompt and timely. I felt at ease, confident and well informed throughout the entire process of my case.
"Attorney Edmonds thoroughly explained all the options I had available to me in a way that was clear and concise. She was super professional and provided honest insight into the likelihood of success if I decided to move forward. I was most impressed with her integrity. She didn't try to push me to move forward even though she could've made money from me doing so. Instead, she educated me on my options and allowed me to make an informed decision. My experience with her set the standard in what I now expect from attorneys."
Step 1: Schedule the Right Type of Call for Your Case
Step 2: Sign Your Electronic Attorney Client Agreement + Pay Your Attorney's Fees Online
Step 3: Login to your client portal to receive your welcome packet + upload evidence
Step 4: Check your client portal for important dates, including deadlines for your case.