Attorney Kimberly Fowler Bandoh is the owner and founder of the Law Office of Kimberly Fowler Bandoh, LLC. Attorney Bandoh hails from Beaumont, Texas. She moved to Atlanta, Georgia to attend Agnes Scott College where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
Immediately after completing her undergraduate degree, Attorney Bandoh enrolled in John Marshall Law School. After graduating from law school, Attorney Bandoh worked as a prosecutor with the Fulton County Solicitor General’s Office for three years. Concurrently, Attorney Bandoh founded The Law Office of Kimberly L Fowler Bandoh, LLC in November 2005 which includes the practices of immigration, criminal law, personal injury, small business representation, and family law. In September 2012, Attorney Bandoh was appointed to be an Associate Magistrate Judge in Clayton County Magistrate Court. Attorney Bandoh was also appointed to serve as a pro tem Judge with the Clayton County Juvenile Court in July 2013. Attorney Bandoh has worked as a Television Legal Analyst and taken on many high profile cases that have made international news.
Attorney Bandoh is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, Georgia Bar Association, Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, Clayton County Bar Association and Lake Ridge PTA. When Attorney Bandoh is not zealously representing her clients, she enjoys spending time with her family and traveling the world.