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Maya S. Marshall

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    • Georgia
    • J.D., University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law
        • Provost Fellowship Academic Scholarship
        • Class of 2021 Faculty Cup Award
        • Lyman T. Johnson Torch Bearer Award
        • Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, & Natural Resource Law
    • B.A., Boston University
        • Boston University Undergraduate Outstanding Service Award
        • Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

    About Maya

    Maya S. Marshall is an attorney in the Firm’s Labor & Employment practice group.  Maya takes a proactive and detail-oriented approach when assisting employers with all matters in employment law and litigation. Her prior experience in insurance defense assists her with authentically establishing lasting relationships with her clients that lead to achieving underlying objectives and goals.

    Maya grew up in Marietta, Georgia. She earned her J.D. from University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law, where she served as a senior staffer on the Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture & Natural Resource Law, vice president of StreetLaw, a member of the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Student Advisory Board, and a member of the Black Law Student Association. During this time, she was awarded the Lyman T. Johnson Torch Bearer Award and selected as the Class of 2021 recipient of the Rosenberg College of Law Faculty Cup Award. Prior to receiving her J.D., Maya obtained her B.S. from Boston University, where she was a NCAA Division I student-athlete on the women’s track and field team.

    In her spare time, Maya enjoys volunteering with children, traveling, hiking, and spending time with loved ones.

    Professional Affiliations

    Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
    Gate City Bar Association


    Navigating the Thin Line Between the Deviation Rule and the Personal Comfort Doctrine, The First Report Newsletter (2023).

    The Glass is Half Full but Contaminated: An Analysis of the United States’ Financial Investment in the Drinking Water Infrastructure System, 13 KY. J. Equine, Agric. & Nat. Res. L. 2 (2021).