Pierrette focuses her practice on Workers’ Compensation, defending employers, insurers, and self-insureds in the state of Georgia.
Pierrette began her legal career as a prosecutor for the City of Atlanta Solicitor's Office. In 2001, she joined the Dekalb County District Attorney’s Office, where she prosecuted felony offenses through jury trials. After working for five years in prosecution, Pierrette transitioned to civil practice and joined a large workers' compensation practice in 2003 as a senior associate. In October 2008, Pierrette joined Constangy, where she continues her Workers' Compensation practice.
Pierrette has spoken at numerous workers' compensation seminars throughout Georgia educating existing and potential clients about workers' compensation principles.
Honors & Recognitions
- Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® for Workers' Compensation Law - Employers (2024)
- Recognized as one of the "Most Powerful & Influential Attorneys in the Nation" by Women Works Media Group, Law & Justice Awards (2022)
- On the Rise, Fulton County Daily Report (2006, 2008)
- Top 40 Under 40, Atlanta Business Chronicle (2006)
Professional & Civic Associations
- American Bar Association
- Georgia State Bar Association
- Faith, Hope, Adoption, Advisory Board
- First Baptist Church of Atlanta
Pierrette enjoys scrapbooking, reading, aerobics, cooking, movies, and spending time with her family. Pierrette was a nationally ranked junior tennis player and traveled the USTA Women's Professional tennis circuit during her summers in high school and college. Pierrette played both #1 Singles and Doubles for the Georgia Tech Women's Tennis team.
- "If you fall, be sure to land on your back because if you can look up, you can get up!"
- Les Brown
- Workers' Compensation
Wake Forest University School of Law
- J.D., 1998
Georgia Institute of Technology
- B.S., Industrial Management
Bar & Court Admissions
- Georgia, 1999