Elizabeth Ann McLeod
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After graduating near the top of her law school class, Beth McLeod returned to her hometown to begin practicing law at the Fulcher Law Firm. She honed her litigation skills defending individuals and businesses in a variety of disputes. Her practice evolved to include complex cases, such as the defense of class action lawsuits and high stakes transportation litigation.
Beth has experience in many aspects of employment law including the ADA, ADEA, and Title VII. She has helped employers navigate through the minefields of the FMLA and FLSA and has provided advice regarding discipline and termination of employees. She has drafted employee handbooks for a number of local businesses and also has defended against EEOC charges and unemployment claims.
Outside of her professional career, Beth has been actively involved in the community. Over the years, she has volunteered locally with the Children’s Hospital of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, Trinity Hospice, and the Family Y, as well as with the Missionaries of Charity Gift of Grace AIDS home in Atlanta. She also has been involved with the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. In fact, she has been nominated for the Alvin W. Vogtle CSRA Volunteer of the Year Award.
- National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel, 2000 – Present
- Georgia Defense Lawyers Association, 2000 – Present
- Augusta Bar Association, 1994 – Present