J.D., Samford University
M.B.A., Samford University
B.A., Georgia State University
Teri D. Fields is a plaintiff’s attorney and litigator. Over her legal career, she has litigated hundreds of cases. Fields regularly conducts written and oral discovery, including drafting interrogatories, requests for production of documents, and admissions, as well as preparing witnesses for deposition, and filing motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment. Fields has a broad-based practice including, general civil litigation, employment law, estate planning, probate litigation, personal injury, premises liability, Social Security Disability and Veterans Administration disability appeals. Fields is a Certified Veteran’s Administration Attorney as well as a trained Mediator and Arbitrator.
Fields was previously a litigator with large and boutique law firms in Atlanta as well as Birmingham, Alabama. Fields also practiced public interest law with the Georgia Department of Law. Prior to beginning her private practice, Fields served as law clerk for the Honorable Tamara O. Mitchell, Chief Judge of the United States Bankruptcy Court of the Northern District of Alabama Northern Division. Fields serves as an adjunct professor at Clayton State University and enjoys crocheting and reading classic literature in her free time.
Courses taught: Legal Environment of Business