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Arianne Ellerbe Mathe'


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The Law Office of Arianne E. Mathe', P.C.
Gainesville, GA
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About Arianne Ellerbe Mathe'

Attorney Biography

Licensed for 17 years, Arianne Ellerbe Mathe' is a Criminal Defense and Child Welfare Law lawyer in Gainesville Georgia who attended Louisiana State University

Practice Areas

 
Criminal Defense (50%)
 
Child Welfare Law (50%)

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Résumé - Arianne Ellerbe Mathe'

Bar Licenses

Georgia State Bar
Georgia
Member in Good Standing
2005

Education

Louisiana State University

Specialty Certifications

National Association of Counsel for Children
Certified Specialist
Child Welfare Law
National Association of Counsel for Children

Associations

Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Sustaining Member
Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

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Arianne Ellerbe Mathe'
The Law Office of Arianne E. Mathe', P.C.
675 E E Butler Pkwy Suite D
Gainesville, GA 30501
Office: 678-696-0807

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Bar License Information

Georgia Bar Membership -

Arianne Ellerbe Mathe' - Profile information with the State Bar of Georgia - Find more information about Arianne Ellerbe Mathe' on the State Bar of Georgia website, including: current status, actions affecting eligibility to practice law and disciplinary history.


Nonprofit Organizations

Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers -

GACDL advocates for the rights of the accused, adequate funding for the defense of the indigent, and a fair criminal justice system.


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