Client reviews:

Awesome experience working with Sheri. She was quick and competent to get my company through all the legal setup necessary to get my partners and I in business. Sheri also prepared contracts with independent contractors and other entities as needed.
— Founder, Web Applications Company
Sheri is amazing. I run a small tech startup and Sheri helped I and my team draft our legal documents including privacy policies, and terms of use documents. She was also in our corner when we had to deal with some labour disputes/litigation. Sheri is amazing to work with, extremely professional, thorough, super smart, and definitely great at what she does. Working with her was a pleasure, and she definitely comes extremely highly recommended.
— CEO, the Bantu App

About ATTORNEY Sheri Oluyemi

Sheri is a labor and employment lawyer licensed to practice law in the states of Georgia and New York, USA. She is also admitted to the bar in Ontario, Canada.

Over the past ten years, Sheri has gained the education, experience and expertise in representing both employers and employees in all manner of workplace-related disputes. For instance, she has assisted management in the drafting and implementation of human resource policies, employment contracts, and non-compete/non-solicitation agreements. She has also assisted employees in whistleblower defense, unpaid wage claims, and discrimination/harassment, among many other complex legal issues. 

Sheri earned a Juris Doctorate (JD) from Osgoode Hall Law School, arguably the best law school in Canada, after graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts honors in Communications and a minor in International Relations and Global Politic sin her undergraduate studies at the University of Ottawa.

Though Sheri has enjoyed traveling worldwide and living in Addis Ababa, Belgrade, Lagos, Abuja, Ottawa, and Toronto, she also loves being at her Atlanta home with her collection of unique cacti and dear husband, Wole.

EDUCATION. EXPERIENCE. EXPERTISE. ENTHUSIASM.

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA)
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association

Additional Qualifications

  • Notary Public and Commissioner of Oaths
  • Mediator
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