Audra Medders Doyle received her law degree from the Georgia State University College of Law (J.D.) in 2007. During law school, Mrs. Doyle was a recipient of the Atlanta Law School Fellows Program Scholarship. She also studied abroad with the College of Law’s Summer Academy in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and participated in the College of Law’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic.
Prior to joining our firm, Mrs. Doyle was an Associate Attorney at an immigration law firm in Atlanta, Georgia where she handled business, employment, and family-based U.S. immigration matters. She is a member of the Georgia Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She is a recipient of the AILA Pro Bono Benefactor Award and is a National AILA Mentor for Naturalization and Citizenship issues.
Related to her membership in the Georgia-Alabama Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Mrs. Doyle is currently the Vice-Chair of the Military Assistance Program Committee (Past Chair, yearly participant at the Ft. Stewart Immigration Fair, and JAG Mentor). Previously she has served on the USCIS, CBP, and Chapter Website Committees. In addition, she is a past Board Member of the Atlanta Bar Association’s International Law and Immigration Section. Mrs. Doyle has been a speaker at immigration-related seminars in Georgia and Alabama, and also regularly co-hosts a radio show at WCEG Talk Radio.
Prior to becoming an Attorney, Mrs. Doyle was an Elementary Music Specialist in Dublin, Georgia and Watkinsville, Georgia. She received her undergraduate degree in Music Education – Instrumental Emphasis magna cum laude from Georgia Southern University (B.M. in 1999).