Dionysia Massie, Esq., Debuts As Atlanta Tribune - The Magazine's New "Legal Smarts" Columnist
Dionysia Johnson-Massie, Esq., a partner with the national law firm of Littler Mendelson, P.C., recently debuted in Atlanta Tribune - The Magazine as the magazine's new "Legal Smarts" columnist.
Johnson-Massie, who was recently re-elected to Littler Mendelson's National Board of Directors, is a featured columnist in the current March 2011 edition of the magazine, along with the other new "Legal Smarts" columnist, Thomas A. Cox, Jr., Esq., a partner at the national law firm of Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
Going forward, Attorneys Johnson-Massie and Cox will share the featured columnist role on a rotating basis each month.
Johnson-Massie, who lives in the Cascade area, practices in the firm's Atlanta office. Attorney Johnson-Massie has co-edited the "Religion in the Workplace" chapter for the National Employer, edited the "Georgia Unemployment Compensation Law" chapter for the Georgia Employer and co-authored chapters on employment law in Georgia Jurisprudence. She has been quoted in national and local publications regarding employment law issues.
Johnson-Massie also has conducted training for the American and Atlanta Bar Association's National Employment Law Council and American Conference Institute on harassment and discrimination topics, co-presented "Religion in the Workplace" for the Southern Institute for Business and Professional Ethics and co-presented at the opening session of Littler Mendelson's annual Executive Employer Conference.
A graduate of Yale University and the University of Virginia School of Law, Johnson-Massie has been honored as a Georgia Super Lawyer, and is also a Fellow with Litigation Counsel of America.