Attorney at Law
Teana Overton is an Atlanta Native raised in Lithonia, Georgia. She is a first-generation college graduation and more recently, a first-generation law school graduate. Ms. Overton joined the Law Office of W. Bryant Green, III as a law clerk during her second year of law school. After law school and successfully passing the bar on her first attempt, Ms. Overton joined the firm as an associate attorney where she proudly serves injured persons. She is passionate about improving the lives of her clients by taking a client-centered approach to every case.
Ms. Overton attended Longwood University in Virginia where she earned a dual Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. She attended Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School where she served as the Student Bar Association President, BLSA Vice President, Academic Peer Advisor, and Director of the Peer Mentor Program. During her law school tenure, Ms. Overton was the recipient of the GAWL Outstanding Law Student Award based on academic accomplishments and contributions to women’s issue as well as the Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears Pro Bono Award which is given to the student whose pro bono service has the greatest impact. As her record shows, Ms. Overton is a hardworking advocate for underserved and/or underrepresented communities.