An article written by Elissa Haynes, Chair of Drew Eckl & Farnham’s Appellate practice group and YLD President for the State Bar of Georgia, was recently published to the October edition of the Georgia Bar Journal.
Aptly titled, “From Mentee to Mentor: Encouraging the Next Generation of Leaders,” Haynes details the impact of receiving mentorship on her own career development and highlights the transition from mentee to mentor. Read the article in its entirety in the Georgia Bar Journal link below.
Elissa Haynes is a Partner and Chair of the Appellate Practice Group at Drew Eckl & Farnham where she specializes in both trial and appellate practice. Elissa’s trial practice is focused primarily on defending claims involving negligent security, premises liability, personal/catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, and religious institution liability. She has served as both lead and solo counsel in jury trials throughout the state, many of which have ended in defense verdicts. Her background as a former plaintiff’s personal injury attorney provides her with a unique perspective and leverage to successfully resolve even the most complex cases.