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Annie Boring

Associate

undefinedAnnie Boring represents employees who have been subject to unlawful workplace sexual harassment, retaliation, termination, and other civil rights violations based on their sex, race, ethnicity, age, disability, national origin, or religion. She also works on cases involving overtime disputes under the Fair Labor Standards Act. In all her cases, Annie is motivated to represent her clients zealously and advocate for the underdog in situations of disparate power and influence.

Annie is an Atlanta native and a recent graduate of Emory Law School, where she graduated with honors and received commendation for top oral advocacy skills. At Emory Law, Annie served on the Executive Board of the Moot Court Society and served as a Research Assistant to Professor Deborah Dinner on issues involving discrimination in public accommodations. Annie also served as a judicial extern for the EEOC’s Administrative Hearings Unit and for United States District Judge Amy Totenberg in the Northern District of Georgia.

Annie has always displayed a passionate commitment to fighting for individuals facing unjust circumstances. While in law school, Annie worked to advance the rights of wrongfully convicted individuals at the Georgia Innocence Project and of detained immigrants suffering in inhumane facilities at Project South. Before law school, Annie taught English abroad in Thailand, and also worked at a criminal defense law firm, assisting individuals caught up in a scary and often-biased criminal justice system. Annie obtained her undergraduate degree from Emory University, where she studied History and Political Science.

Outside of work, Annie spends time competing in half marathons, hiking mountain trails, listening to podcasts, supporting the Atlanta United soccer team, and seeking out the most delicious tacos and Thai food Atlanta has to offer.