of The Law Office of Jambah Kollie, LLC.
Jambah Kollie, Esq. is an attorney, multi-entrepreneur, and thought leader who believes that access to information is the key to not only creating successful businesses, but more importantly, maintaining and growing them. Jambah founded her practice, The Law Office of Jambah Kollie, LLC., with the goal of assisting creatives, entrepreneurs, and small businesses with legal matters through both advocacy and education.
Prior to launching her practice, Jambah held several positions within the legal, non-profit, and retail banking industries. During her third year of law school, Jambah served as a clerk for the Knox County Law Department where she assisted the Deputy Law Director in representation of the Knox County Board of Education, the Superintendent’s Office, and the Knox County School District. In this role, Jambah worked closely with both counsel and students and their families, on legal and policy matters as they relate to public education.
Following graduation from law school, Jambah worked with a leading global consulting firm, where she supported the e-discovery phase of litigation for large banks, tech companies, and other corporate entities. Jambah also simultaneously developed her personal brand, while supporting her community through outreach and enrichment. Dedicated to both youth and professional development, Jambah is the founder of College and Cupcakes – a college readiness and career planning non-profit program for high school girls -- and the Black Lawyer Girl podcast and blog. She is licensed in the State of Georgia but provides many services to clients nationwide.
State Bar of Georgia
State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyers Division
Georgia Association for Women Lawyers
Howard University, B.A. 2014
Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law, J.D. 2018