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  Taryn C. Haumann
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Taryn C. Haumann is an attorney in Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP  Atlanta office. She joined FMG after spending nearly four years of practice at Dermer Appel Ruder, LLC in Atlanta. In that position, she represented both plaintiffs and defendants, and her practice included employment discrimination litigation, civil rights claims, personal injury, premises liability, commercial and personal auto accidents, and nursing home abuse. 

Taryn received her Juris Doctor from the University of Alabama School of Law, where she graduated with honors at the top of her class. Notably, she “booked” (received the highest grade) in ten of her classes in law school. Taryn secured a spot as a Senior Editor on the prestigious Alabama Law Review. She also earned a place on Alabama’s highly competitive Moot Court Board and Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Team, where she was recognized for her excellent oral argument skills and superior brief writing. She also had the privilege of interning for the Honorable L. Scott Coogler in the United States District Court in the Northern District of Alabama, as well as for the Honorable Tommy E. Bryan at the Alabama Supreme Court. 

Taryn’s passion during law school was working in Alabama’s Mediation Law Clinic. She was a volunteer mediator specializing in contentious divorce and child custody disputes involving pro se (unrepresented) parties. She also clerked at Hardin & Hughes, a Plaintiff’s firm in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, focusing on personal injury and employment matters. 

Taryn grew up in Denver, Colorado, and has lived in every time zone in the contiguous United States. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon where she was a member of Kappa Delta and the University of Oregon Sailing Team. In her free time, Taryn loves watching college football with her husband (Go Ducks and Roll Tide!), spending time with her horses, and exploring Atlanta with her two dogs.

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