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Ecleynne Mercy


Ecleynne Mercy is a proud graduate of Howard University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a graduate of Western Michigan University Cooley Law School with a concentration in Litigation.

Ecleynne started her legal career as an indigent defense attorney in Clayton County. Later, as an associate with the Cochran Firm, Ecleynne was devoted in representing clients in their pursuit of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).

Ecleynne Mercy and her colleagues went to Ferguson, Missouri to act as legal observers for the ongoing protests involving the death of Michael Brown. The National Conference of Black Lawyers requested these lawyers go to Ferguson to work with the National Lawyers Guild (NLG) to observe and ensure protestors’ constitutional rights are not being infringed on by the militarized police forces and National Guard.

As a parent attorney and guardian ad litem Ecleynne handles juvenile law cases ranging from allegations of physical abuse, neglect, sexual abuse, severe developmental delay of the child and the mental impairment of a parent or guardian.

Mercy Law P.C.  is a law firm dedicated to serving the people of Georgia. It is her goal to provide the highest caliber of legal representation to her clients. She does this by listening to her clients' needs, properly educating clients on the law, and fighting zealously to uphold the rights of all her clients.

Ecleynne now trains other attorneys and law students to become legal observers.  She also conducts Know Your Rights Seminars all over Georgia to inform citizens of their constitutional rights when dealing with law enforcement.

Ecleynne has provided pro bono legal representation for Occupy Atlanta and Black Lives Matter protestors and continues to represent protesters against police brutality.

Ecleynne currently serves as the head coach of the South West DeKalb High School Mock Trial Team. 


  •  Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys Political Action Committee, 2015- 2016
  •  2014 Panelist for the DeKalb Lawyer’s Association Know Your Rights Summit
  •  Served as a Legal Observer for Nation Lawyer’s Guild during the Occupy Atlanta protests in 2013-2014 
  •  Served as a Legal Observer for the National Association of Black Lawyer’s and Nation Lawyer’s Guild during the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, August 2014
  • 2014 Panelist for Clark Atlanta University’s Know Your Rights Panel Discussion
  • 2015 Panelist for the Georgia Association’s Black Women Attorney’s Youth Summit
  • 2015 Panelist for Clark Atlanta University’s Know Your Rights Panel Discussion
  •  2015 Speaker for Greater Traveler’s Rest Baptist Church Know Your Rights Presentation
  • 2015 Presenter: Understanding the Law for the General Electric: Family First Youth Summit
  • 2015 Speaker at the Tri Cities High School’s Know your Rights Presentation
  • 2015 Speaker at the Redan High School’s Know Your Rights Presentation
  •  2015 Speaker at the Alonzo A. Crim High School’s Know Your Rights Panel
  •  2015 Speaker at the Alonzo A. Crim High School’s Know Your Rights Discussion
  •  2016 Panelist for Clark Atlanta University’s Know Your Rights Panel Discussion
  •  2016 Presenter: Understanding the Law for the General Electric: Family First Youth Summit 
  • 2016 Presenter and Panelist: Racial Profiling CLE at the Annual State Bar of Georgia Meeting
  • DeKalb Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, Volunteer 2015-2016
  • Georgia High School Mock Trial Competition Coach, 2013-2017
  •  GABWA Sister to Sister Mentoring Program, Mentor, 2013- 2017


  • Mercy, E. (2016) “National Security- National Security Entry-Exit Registration Systems (NSEERS)- The 2003 Department of Justice Guidance Regarding the Use of Race by Federal Law Enforcement Agencies” State Bar of Georgia



Western Michigan Cooley Law School

Howard University
B.A., Arts and Political Science

Activities & Affiliations


  • American Bar Association, Member
  • DeKalb Bar Association, Member 
  • Georgia Bar Association, Member
  • Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, Member
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Sister to Sister Mentoring Program
  • South West DeKalb High School Mock Trial Team, Coach

Bar Admissions

  •  Georgia



Vernon D Eddy III

Born in Bronx, NY, his family moved to Atlanta, GA when he was fairly young.  Vernon graduated from Cedar Grove High School (Ellenwood, GA). Vernon had always planned to have a career in Law. Vernon’s father, Vernon Leon Eddy Jr., was a Private Investigator who worked with multiple agencies.  As a child, he became fascinated on how his father’s work helped everyone. As a Paralegal, Vernon is a step closer to achieving his dream of becoming an Attorney and continuing his father’s mission of helping others in their time of need.