Meeta T. Dama
- J.D., 2006, University of Southern California, Gould School of Law
- B.A. & B.B.A., 2001, University of Georgia, cum laude
Meeta’s practice focuses on defending employers in discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour violations at the state, federal, and administrative levels. Meeta also drafts employment agreements and policies and advises employers on best practices and procedures to avoid litigation.
Before joining MHS, Meeta acquired extensive civil litigation experience in both Georgia and California. Meeta began her legal career in Los Angeles, where she served as a law clerk to United States Magistrate Judge Jennifer T. Lum of the United States District Court for the Central District of California and practiced with a Los Angeles based litigation firm. In Atlanta, as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Georgia, Meeta represented state agencies and government employees in federal constitutional litigation. She then returned to federal service as a law clerk to United States Magistrate Judge Catherine M. Salinas of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Meeta then practiced labor and employment law in the Atlanta office of a national defense firm.
In addition to practicing law, Meeta teaches professional responsibility and legal ethics as an adjunct professor at Georgia State University’s College of Law. Meeta is active in the legal community and previously served as a Board member for the South Asian Bar Association of Georgia and the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers Foundation. Meeta was a member of the State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyer’s Division Leadership Academy (Class of 2011) and Georgia Association of Women Lawyers Leadership Academy (Class of 2016).