Ms. Olmos founded A.B. Olmos & Associates, P.C., with the intent of ensuring that her clients have access to the highest quality legal representation. As the practice has grown, Ms. Olmos has built her expertise to cater to the full spectrum of family law and personal injury cases. She is a registered mediator and arbitrator.
The daughter of civil rights activists, Bernadette Olmos dedicates her practice to fierce advocacy on behalf of her clients. Ms. Olmos has extensive experience in handling family law matters for clients across the spectrum of economic and cultural backgrounds. Ms. Olmos is fluent in Spanish.
Ms. Olmos is heavily involved in her Alma Mater community and the local Atlanta community at large. She is currently serving a 3-year appointment to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School Alumnae Board. She is currently the clinical instructor at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School’s inaugural Family Law Externship Clinic at Fulton County Superior Court Family Division.
Ms. Olmos served as co-chair of the 2015 continuing legal education seminar, Eliminating Barriers to Justice II: Why and How to Ensure Language Access for Limited English Proficient and Deaf/Hard of Hearing Litigants, co-chair of the 2014 continuing legal education seminar, Eliminating Barriers to Justice: Addressing Ethical Obligations, Cultural Competency, and Best Practices for Ensuring Meaningful Language Access in Georgia Courts. She serves on the board of the Georgia Legal Service Program, and is a board member of the Georgia Hispanic Bar Association. Ms. Olmos is a member of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia Diversity Committee. She was a member of the American Bar Association Committee on Task Force on Mental Health Care in Immigration Detention. Ms. Olmos was a member of the Hispanic National Bar Association’s Community Service Committee for the 2013 Mid-year Corporate Counsel Conference.
Bernadette is admitted to practice with the State of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Georgia Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, and the Supreme Court of the United States.