Aurielle Brooks

Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Aurielle Brooks has developed a deep passion to impact society. In 2014, Aurielle graduated from Valdosta State University, obtaining her Degree in Political Science with a minor in Professional and Applied Ethics.

During her undergraduate career, she became immersed in the campus and community life, exhibiting her desire to serve others on a wider scale. She founded a German Club at her university, while also serving as the President of various organizations including her university’s Pre-Law Fraternity.

Aurielle’s professional career began with the local Democratic Party giving speeches to the city and orchestrating political meetings. From there she worked directly under the In-House Counsel of her University as a Legal Assistant giving her the opportunity to gain a working knowledge of contractual and policy issues.

Through her endurance and scholastic rigor, Aurielle obtained a scholarship to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. There she has served on the Exec Board of organizations while working under an esteemed Fulton County Judge and a corporate and entertainment law firms. Aurielle's wide array of work experience has also allowed her to further her knowledge of entertainment by working with Def Jam Records.


National Bar Association
Atlanta Bar Association
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International
Gate City Bar Association
Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
National Association of Women Lawyers
Black Law Students Association
Intellectual Property Society
Atlanta Council of Young Lawyers
Atlanta Bar Foundation
State Bar of Georgia Association
Student Bar Association
Sports and Entertainment Law Society