Latrice Latin is an experienced attorney who began her legal career serving the community as a public defender in Fulton County and entered into private practice as a litigation associate in numerous superior, state, and federal courtrooms in Atlanta. She also established her own law firm in 2010, where she focused primarily on immigration, criminal, and personal injury cases.
The transition from federal bankruptcy litigation to a more client-based practice has been positive, and Latrice has successfully secured multiple six- and seven-figure settlements for her personal injury clients. At Bader Law, Latrice is excited about building client relationships and being able to assist the community in a much-needed area of law.
Driven and dedicated, Latrice knew she wanted to be a lawyer from the time she was a small child. “My grandmother was given a job as a secretary in the DA’s office using a welfare to work program,” Latrice explains. “As I watched her I was always intrigued and said I wanted to be a lawyer. Ever since I was small I always said I wanted to be a lawyer never had an alternative path.”
Latrice considers her greatest strengths to be her adaptability and determination. “My greatest strength is my ability to change,” she says. “I am very flexible and adaptable. I am proud of the fact that I can put my mind to something and make it come into existence.”
When Latrice isn’t working, she enjoys reading, going to concerts, hanging out with friends and family, and eating. She is also the co-founder of 4bg.org, a nonprofit that helps inner-city girls learn educational and life values.