Ms. Tallman has 24 years of experience in the legal profession including 15 years as a litigator and 4 years as a part-time municipal judge. In addition, she served as the president & ceo of a business chamber of commerce for 9 years and is the owner of two of her own businesses.
Her practice utilizes her post-graduate studies in business and law. She was formerly employed as: a part-time municipal judge for the City of Decatur; a part-time magistrate judge for DeKalb County; an adjunct law professor at the University of Minnesota Law School, an adjunct trial advocacy instructor at Emory University, and an adjunct professor at Gwinnett Tech in Constitutional Law; an assistant attorney general at the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office; a prosecutor at the St. Louis County Attorney’s Office; and, a private attorney in a number of areas involving transactional work and litigation.
Most recently, Ms. Tallman received a certification in blockchain technology at Berkeley Law School through the Blockchain Unlocked Academy. In addition, she is currently taking Intellectual Property at Emory Law School.
Further, she has and continues to travel around the world speaking with businesses to gain insight into technological advances impacting the practice and advisement of the law. Her business travels have included the Silicon Valley, El Salvador, the Netherlands, Finland and Estonia. In addition, she is currently a part of a team advising a Salvadoran business about the U.S. corporate gifting market.
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