Latisha Roebuck joined Barrett & Farahany as an attorney in March 2017. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The Ohio State University and her J.D. from North Carolina Central University, School of Law. Latisha is thoughtful and direct in addressing legal concerns and ensures that clients understand the law.
Before joining Barrett & Farahany, Latisha helped to implement mandatory government programs and later worked with a large nonprofit organization. She interned with the United States House of Representatives and assisted in drafting legislation. Latisha interned with the North Carolina Court of Appeals and developed a thorough understanding of the appellate process. She also resolved domestic disputes and served as a mediator in superior court.
Latisha is determined to empower clients and make a positive impact in the community. She has volunteered with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, the Legal Resources department at her church, and the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys. In her spare time, Latisha enjoys trying new restaurants, traveling, and exploring other cultures with her family.