Attorney Shana Rooks

 

Shana M. Rooks is a native of Dublin, Georgia. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia, and her Juris Doctor degree from Tulane University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana, with Certification in Sports Law.

Attorney Rooks was admitted to the Georgia Bar in November 2000. She is a member of the Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Supreme Court, and the Eleventh Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia. She is the owner and principal of Shana M. Rooks & Associates, LLC.

Professional affiliations and memberships include, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Gate City Bar Association, Clayton County Bar and the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia. Attorney Rooks was awarded the National Order of Barristers in 2000. She was a member of the National Moot Court and ATLA Moot Court Teams, and the Executive Editor of the Sports Lawyers Journal while at Tulane.

Attorney Rooks values her call to service and believes to whom much is given, much is required. She graciously serves as the Second Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Southern Crescent Habitat for Humanity, President of the Board of Directors for Shoot the Hoop, Inc., and President of the Board of Directors for the Southern Crescent Pearls Foundation Inc, an affiliation of Psi Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.  Shana is also the Corresponding Secretary for Psi Alpha Omega Chapter and the Chair of Savor The Taste, the chapter’s premiere male cook-off and signature fund-raising event.

Attorney Rooks is a 2006 graduate of Leadership Clayton and also serves the citizens of Clayton County as a Clayton County Juvenile Court, Judge Pro Tempore and a Former Magistrate Court Judge. She is also a member of St. Philip AME Church in Decatur, Georgia.

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9 had something to say.
 
  1. NaKisha Wynn
    2010-03-02
    21:44:12

    Congratulations Soror Shana…well deserved to a well deserved lady!

     
  2. Angelica
    2010-03-02
    21:45:58

    Congratulations Soror Shana….you more than deserve the recognition.

     
  3. Lolita
    2010-03-02
    21:47:13

    This is an amazing woman. She is very inspirational to future young women. Growing up in a small town and becoming so successful shows people that anything is possible. I am proud of Attorney Rooks’ accomplishments. I hope others are inspired by her as well.

     
  4. Shannon
    2010-03-02
    21:48:06

    I’m so proud of you Soror Shana! Keep up the great work.

     
  5. Paula
    2010-03-02
    21:49:20

    W-O-W! Congratulations Soror Shana!

     
  6. LaTashia
    2010-03-02
    21:50:48

    Congratulations Soror Shana! What an honor and great accomplishments you have achieved!

     
  7. LaKisha
    2010-03-02
    21:52:11

    Congrats Soror!

     
  8. Shirley Quinn
    2010-05-03
    13:13:01

    I send a flower of accomplishment to Shana Rooks because she is another one who climbed the ladder and never stopped until she reached success.

    Her eyes speak with clarity, reaching out towards people that need her assistance ... throwing out a life line of legal experience to the distressed.

     
  9. GC
    2011-04-15
    16:23:42

    Do you practice in School Law, Law dealing with the Georgia Professional Standards Commission?

     
 

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