Amy R. Harmon practices in the firm’s Workers’ Compensation department.  She joined the firm as an Associate after graduating from the Georgia State University College of Law in 2016.  Before attending law school, Amy worked in insurance litigation, primarily in Workers’ Compensation defense.  She also worked as a freelance writer and content developer.

Amy received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Belmont Abbey College in 2005, publishing several poems in the school’s literary magazine.  Amy then earned a Master of Science degree in International Affairs from Georgia Tech in 2008, where she focused on international law and European integration.  While there, she helped organize the Sam Nunn Policy Forum aimed at reducing nuclear threat levels, and studied at the major European Union institutions in Brussels, Paris, and Berlin.  After graduate school, she served an internship at The Carter Center in Atlanta, fostering development efforts for President Carter’s Peace Programs.

Outside of work, Amy still enjoys international travel.  She finds creative outlets in silver-smithing and poetry, and watches British sit-coms and mysteries for relaxation.