Amy BeMent

Amy focuses her practice on a variety of business matters, including business disputes and complex commercial litigation.  Her client-centered approach combined with her attention to detail makes Amy a powerful advocate for her clients.

Prior to her career in law, Amy spent 11 years teaching Government, Politics, and Economics to high school students. Her passion for the law drove her to return to Georgia State University to obtain her Juris Doctor.  During her time in law school, Amy served as the Research Editor for the GSU Law Review and was an active competitor in GSU’s Moot Court program. Her skill in legal advocacy won her recognition as a Finalist at the Georgia Intrastate Competition and a Semifinalist at the Wechsler National First Amendment Competition. Amy also served as a teaching assistant for GSU’s Legal Writing class and as a student fellow for GSU’s Center for Access to Justice. Amy graduated summa cum laude in 2017 and was inducted into the prestigious Order of the Coif.

After graduating law school, Amy spent two years clerking with the Honorable Steve C. Jones at the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, followed by one year clerking with the Honorable Chief Justice Harold D. Melton at the Georgia Supreme Court. She brings many invaluable insights regarding the workings of federal court and the state appellate courts into her practice of law at BBGA. Amy is admitted to practice in all State, Superior, and Appellate Courts in Georgia, as well as the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia.

In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her husband, who shares her love of culinary adventures and travel.

  • Education

    - Georgia State University College of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2017
    - University of Georgia, B.S.Ed., 2003
  • Professional Memberships

    - State Bar of Georgia