Ella Napier is an immigration court paralegal at the Fogle Law firm in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ella was born in Snellville, Georgia, and grew up in Gwinnett county. She attended Kennesaw State University, where she participated in Mock Trial and Model UN. Ella has presented on a student panel about constitutional law and immigrant women, as well as devoting her undergraduate research to the Immigration Court in Atlanta, and its effect on local communities. She graduated from Kennesaw State two years early with her bachelor’s in Political Science with honors, a minor in legal studies, and a certificate in constitutional studies. She is currently pursuing a Juris Doctorate and is set to graduate in 2025.
Ella has a great passion for immigration law, and for fighting to keep families and loved ones together. She works tirelessly at drafting and compiling petitions and court filings, and has a soft hand with clients who are going through a grueling legal process.
While she has little free time between work and law school, Ella enjoys singing, reading, the occasional day trip, and above all, spending time with friends and family.
Ella is fluent in English with a working knowledge of Spanish.