Timia Skelton concentrates her legal practice on the representation of employers in matters related to labor and employment law.

Prior to beginning her legal career as an associate with FordHarrison, Timia was a summer associate in the firm's Atlanta office, responsible for conducting legal research, drafting legal memoranda and pre-trial motions, and attending depositions and witness interviews. While in law school, Timia also gained judicial experience, serving as a Judicial Intern to the Honorable Sara Doyle, Chief Judge in the Georgia Court of Appeals.

Timia also balanced significant organizational involvement with her law school studies, having served as Notes Editor for the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law, as well as devoting time to the Prosecutorial Justice Clinic, Lumpkin Inn of Court, and the Black Law Students Association. In addition to these activities, Timia was extensively involved in moot court advocacy, advancing all the way to Semi-Finalist in the Russell and Talmadge Moot Court Competitions and aiding her moot court team in winning Best Team at both the Georgia Intrastate Moot Court Competition and subsequently the Hunton Andrews Kurth National Moot Court Competition, which invites the nation's top 16 moot court programs.