Miller & Martin Adds Gordon and Harris
November 22, 2017
Attorneys Meghan R. Gordon and Tamra N. Harris have joined the firm.
Gordon focuses her practice in the areas of commercial real estate and business law. She counsels institutional lenders, developers, investors and businesses in a variety of transactional matters. These include leasing, financing, acquisition and disposition of commercial properties.
Prior to joining Miller & Martin, Gordon was a law clerk in the Atlanta office of a global law firm based in the United Kingdom.
In addition to her work in the Commercial Department, she also provides pro bono legal counsel through the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation and the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta.
Gordon holds both a J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law, graduating with highest pro bono distinction, as well as a master's degree in taxation from J. Mack Robinson School of Business. While earning her J.D., Gordon served on the Moot Court Board and clerked for the Honorable John J. Goger, Fulton Superior Court Judge.
Harris practices in the Litigation Department with a concentration in business litigation. She is experienced in the areas of corporate disputes, crisis management, pharmaceutical matters, professional malpractice and appeals.
While earning her law degree at Washington and Lee University School of Law, Harris was a member of the Uvaldo Herrera National Moot Court championship team, and she also earned first place as an individual oralist. She is a graduate of Weber State University with a bachelor’s degree in English and Psychology.
Harris interned with the Superior Court of the District of Columbia following a summer clerkship with Miller & Martin. She also volunteered at Nicaragua’s Human Rights Commission and gained legal experience as a litigation paralegal with firms in North Carolina, Utah and Nevada.