Tamorra A. Boyd, MBA is the Managing Attorney of Boyd Legal Counsel, LLC (BLC). Tamorra's goal is to provide entrepreneurs located in the Atlanta area and beyond assistance with formation, growth, and maintenance of their enterprises. No stranger to the inner workings of successful businesses, Tamorra studied top businesses in technology, healthcare, consumer goods, and services as a student at the illustrious Florida A&M University School of Business and Industry. After completing her MBA coursework, she spent time at a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company as a product manager. She moved on to an international medical device company where she worked alongside various business groups.
Tamorra attended Mercer University School of Law, where she was the first law student to intern for the Georgia Department of Corrections, the Federal Trade Commission and the Office of the Trustee within the US Department of Justice. She was also an avid member of the Black Law Students Association at the local and regional level, serving as Vice President of the Mercer Law chapter and the Southern Region Director of Alumni Affairs. Tamorra later served as the Southern Region Vice Chair.
Tamorra is very active with the state and local bars. She also is an active member of several community service groups. She currently lives in Duluth with her husband Lamar, who works in Data Analytics, and enjoys live music, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
Florida A&M University
BS, Business Administration, cum laude
MBA, Management/Marketing, magna cum laude
Mercer University School of Law
JD, Certificate for Legal Writing, Drafting and Research
SISTUHS, Inc: Metro Atlanta Professional Chapter--Chartering Member, 2015; Political Action Coordinator, 2016-2017; Parliamentarian, 2017-2018; Vice-President, 2018-2019
Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Association
Georgia Legal Services Program
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
Georgia Lawyers for the Arts
Activities & Affiliations
Atlanta Bar Association: Atlanta Council of Younger Lawyers; Sole Practitioner/Small Firm Committee; Law School Outreach Committee; Modest Means Program Advisory Committee
Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys: VP of Technology, 2015
Georgia Association For Women Lawyers: GAWL.edu, Class of 2017; Gwinnett Mentoring Circle; Newer Lawyers Affinity Group; Solo and Small Firm Affinity Group
American Bar Association: Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division: Diversity Fellow, 2017-2018 and Diversity Committee, 2018-2019; Young Lawyers Division
Georgia, State & Superior Courts
Georgia Court of Appeals
Federal, Northern District of Georgia