Ann Minor focuses her practice on the representation and counsel of employers faced with labor and employment law disputes and business immigration issues.

Ann counsels and represents employers in discrimination and retaliation claims under federal and state employment laws, in addition to providing guidance to clients on various business litigation matters.

Ann also works directly with foreign nationals and their employers to help them obtain a variety of non-immigrant and immigrant visas and to achieve lawful permanent residence in the United States. She has experience preparing L-1, E-2, E-3, H-1B, O-1, and TN visa applications and petitions, in addition to responding to complex Requests for Evidence. Additionally, she assists clients in the PERM process by developing labor certification application case strategy and responding to audits.

In pursuit of her J.D., Ann was involved in several organizations, serving as the President of the Women Law Students Association, as a member of the Business Law Society, and on the Managerial & Editorial Board for the Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law. 

Honors & Awards
  • Law School Association Scholarship Recipient