Kadeisha is an associate with the litigation practice of KPPB LAW. She focuses her practice on business-related litigation and commercial real estate litigation. Kadeisha is committed to seamlessly guiding her clients through the entire litigation process, clearly communicating during the life cycle of a case, and efficiently resolving her client’s litigation matters.
Kadeisha joined KPPB in 2017. Previously, she served as a legal extern for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. At the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Kadeisha helped in-house counsel successfully navigate through issues regarding secured transactions. She also drafted contracts for vendors seeking to perform business with the bank.
Kadeisha also interned with the Fulton County District Attorney’s office. At the DA’s office, she conducted two special research projects for Fulton County’s District Attorney Paul Howard, Jr., regarding “stop and frisk” law and tampering with evidence. As a legal intern, she also assisted assistant DAs in preparation for trial, by researching case law, creating indictments, drafting memoranda, and interviewing victims and witnesses.
Her judicial internship was with the Honorable Kimberly Esmond Adams of the Fulton County Superior Court, where she handled cases involving business disputes and breach of contract issues.
Kadeisha earned her undergraduate degree from Johnson C. Smith University on a full academic scholarship from Duke Endowment. She earned her law degree from Emory University School of Law, where she graduated with honors. During law school, Kadeisha served as an assistant managing editor for Emory’s Journal of Law and Religion. She also wrote briefs for the journal’s competitive moot court team.
Kadeisha was raised in Atlanta, Georgia, but is a native of Trinidad and Tobago. She is a member of the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, the Defense Research Institute and the Georgia State Bar.
Social causes important to Kadeisha include civil rights, social action, human rights and poverty alleviation.