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Standing with You.

Fighting for You.

Effective Advocate for Education and Election Law

Going up against a state agency in a dispute can be daunting, but doing so may be the only option when your livelihood or rights are on the line.

Attorney Ann S. Brumbaugh is the daughter of a schoolteacher. She is a former prosecutor and Assistant Attorney General with years of experience in education and election law and other administrative matters. Having tried these cases from both sides, she possesses unique insights into how to achieve your goals and protect your interests. She is a skilled negotiator who can often resolve matters favorably without a trial, but also a fearless advocate committed to fighting for your rights when necessary.

You don't have to face this challenge alone. Ann offers not only the advocacy you need, but the support you deserve.

Ann specializes in Georgia education and election law. She opened her own firm in Decatur, Georgia in 2014, after serving as a prosecutor and an Assistant Attorney General. Ann represents primarily teachers, but she also helps students, political can…

What Ann's Clients Say

“In life you don’t get to meet many truly NICE people but I had the pleasure of meeting YOU!! Thank you so much for your support and guidance as I moved through a very difficult period in my life. The beauty in all of this is that it brought me to t…”
– V.T.
“I cannot thank you enough for helping me fight for what I believe in. One door has shut and another has opened. I got the job! You’re awesome. I hope you continue to serve the community with your legal expertise. I wish you the best!”
– A.W.
“Thank you so much for working with me! You are a CLASS ACT!!! Thank you so much for your professionalism, understanding, and treating me like a person as opposed to just a client. When someone is going through some very serious issues they need someo…”
– W.P.
“I appreciate the time you took yesterday to speak with me about my recent resignation…Thank you for listening to all of the situations leading up to the problem last week. You helped me work through my options and make a decision.”
– E.W.
“Thank you so much for all of your help on my case. I remember walking into your office for the first time terrified over the situation I had found myself in. Over the last year and a half you have educated me on a completely different side of educati…”
– H.C.
“Thank you so much for all of your advice, support and representation! I am so glad this case is resolved and I wish you the best of luck and health!”
– L.S.
“Thank you again Ann. You kept me believing when I was ready to give up. Thank you for everything. You stuck by me for a long time.”
– M.S.
“Thanks again for representing me and not giving up. This win was major…Awesome job representing me…I love [my new job].”
– T.P.
“I’m employed! Thank You again for your assistance over the course of this last year, whew!…I have enjoyed working with you as well.”
– A.B.
“Thank you for your help and guidance. Hope I’m NEVER in this situation again. But I appreciate everything you have done!!!!!!”
– J.T.
“Thank you for your compassion, support, and guidance through this process.”
– S.M.
“Thank you for all of your help and may God bless you!”
– N.G.
“Thank you for your help and support.”
– L.T.
“Hey Ann, Thanks so much for all your help! I have deeply appreciated it. I hope you have a wonderful summer.”
– N.P.

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Ann's Latest Articles

This is the first in a series of deep dives into the Professional Standards Commission’s Code of Ethics. This post will discuss the definition of student and what conduct is and is not permissible, specifically with regards to social media and outs…
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Earlier this year, Georgia passed SB 202, also known as the “Election Integrity Act of 2021.” The law changed voting in small but potentially crucial ways. Those changes are outlined below, along with suggestions about how to best adapt to the ch…
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