Background and Education
A native of Fort Valley, Georgia, Obréziah earned her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Justice Studies from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. She obtained her Juris Doctorate Degree in only two and a half years from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School where she served as Vice President of the Family Law Association, Community Chair of the Black Law Students Association, and a member of the prestigious Moot Court Board.
Achievements and Honors
As a member of John Marshall’s Moot Court Board Obréziah received many honors for her oratory and written skills including arguing in the New York City Bar Moot Court Competition. In addition, Obréziah was chosen to clerk for the Honorable Geronda V. Carter, Superior Court Judge, in Clayton County, Georgia and nominated for The National Black Lawyers- Top 40 under 40.
Obréziah believes in giving back to her community professionally and personally. She has served as a volunteer Guardian Ad Litem in Clayton County, Georgia where she advocated for the best interest of children in both dependency and custody hearings. In 2015, she founded The B Bullard Law Firm Scholarship Program to help encourage and support students at Peach County High School to attend a four-year college or university. Obréziah is a frequent volunteer with the Atlanta Legal Aid and Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.
She is married to Robert Bullard, Jr., has two daughters and two “bonus children”. She is a member of Global Impact Christian Ministries in Stockbridge, Georgia. In her spare time Obréziah enjoys reading, spending time with family and traveling.