T. Brian Green
T. Brian Green focuses his practice on
employee rights: representing victims of discrimination or retaliation based on their
race, gender, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age, or disability.
He also specializes in negotiating
non-compete, non-solicitation, and other restrictive covenants, as well as
Before joining Buckley Beal, Brian practiced employment defense in Atlanta
and spent several years advocating for individuals’ rights as a
public interest attorney. Upon graduating from Emory School of Law, he
was selected as the 2011-2013 Hunton & Williams Pro Bono Fellow, where
he represented individuals who could not afford representation in all
manner of legal disputes. This experience gave him insight into the economic
struggles people face, whether from work, family, or consumer issues.
His passion for working in the public interest led him to the Atlanta
Legal Aid General Law unit, where he fought for individuals in landlord/tenant,
consumer, and employment matters.
Brian’s passion for righting wrongs and advocating for people who
have experienced injustice began long before law school. One of his proudest
accomplishments is his service as a Peace Corps volunteer in Chad, where
he taught English and worked to advocate for human rights. Realizing that
the law could be a powerful tool for advocacy, he decided to attend Emory
School of Law, focusing on international human rights. Brian was active
in Emory’s student public interest committee and served as a human
rights legal monitor in Liberia during this time. While a law student,
he also obtained an M.T.S. from Candler School of Theology through Emory’s
Center for the Study of Law and Religion.
A native of the beautiful north Georgia mountains, Brian enjoys living
in Atlanta with his wife and two dogs and exploring the city’s arts
and culture. He also enjoys distance running, hiking, and anything outdoors.