She is committed to rigorously advocating for injured worker’ rights and establishing highly personalized working relationship with her clients. Mrs. Law has litigated matters before the Trial Division and appeared before the Appellate Division of the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation. She has extensive experience handling settlement mediation conferences within the State Board’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Division and has effectively negotiated with insurance companies and defense counsel through the private mediation process.
Mrs. Law takes pride in representing Georgia’s working class.
Mrs. Law exclusively handles workers’ compensation cases for the Ramos & Law. She is committed to rigorously advocating for injured workers’ rights and establishing highly personalized solutions for her clients. Her background as a workers’ compensation paralegal, conflict resolution scholar, and teacher uniquely postures her to empathize with her clients and effectively negotiate with adverse parties.
Most recently, Mrs. Law was selected to the 2021 Georgia Rising Stars List by Super Lawyers Magazine. She has received this accolade for three years in a row. In 2020, she received the Best Under 40 Award, a prestigious recognition given by the National Asian American Bar Association (NAPABA) to those who have achieved prominence and distinction in their practice area and who have demonstrated a strong commitment the Asian American community. Mrs. Law is also the recipient of the Ingrid Rosenthal Leadership Scholarship, awarded by the Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group and the Rising Star Award, given by Labor and Employment & Tort, Trial, Insurance Practice Sections for the American Bar Association.
Mrs. Law is a candidate for the 2021 NAPABA Leadership Advancement Program. Additionally, she is a graduate of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association’s LEAD program, and the State Bar’s Young Lawyers Division Leadership Academy.
Community service and outreach is very important to Chinny. She regularly mentors students and served as a volunteer judge for the 2021 Georgia High School Mock Trial Competition. Additionally, she sits on the board for the Workers’ Compensation section of the GTLA and the Board of Governors for the State Bar.
Mrs. Law is first generation Filipina-American, born and raised in Georgia. She earned her Juris Doctor from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. Additionally, she holds a Master of Science in Conflict Management and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science, both from Kennesaw State University.
Outside the office, Chinny enjoys traveling with her husband and hiking with her two rescue dogs. She is an active tennis player and an aspiring yogi.
- Georgia Supreme Court
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- All Georgia Superior and Lower Courts
- United States Immigration Court
- State Bar of Georgia
- Atlanta Bar Association
- Georgia Association of Women Lawyers
- Georgia Trial Lawyer’s Association
- Georgia-Filipino American Bar
- National Filipino American Lawyer’s Association
- Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- “What Do Lawyers Do?”
2018 Chattahoochee Technical College
American Bar Association and State Bar of Georgia
- “Trial Preparation from Start to Finish: Succeeding at Trial”
Co-Author & Co-Presenter
2016 Institute for Paralegal Education
- “The Power of One”
2015 Phenomenal Women’s Conference
Sigel Leadership Institute; Kennesaw State University
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