Bonnie M. Rich (J.D.’94), assistant director and supervising attorney in the Philip C. Cook Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic, meets with and mentors student attorneys in the clinic who represent clients in matters involving federal income tax controversies. She guides and advises student attorneys with respect to substantive and procedural tax issues, client counseling and interviewing, case management, professional and ethical considerations and persuasive writing.
Prior to joining the College of Law in 2008, Rich practiced law in private civil litigation firms and served as in house counsel for a major financial services corporation. She is a graduate of the Honors Program at the University of Georgia, receiving her bachelor of arts in political science with honors in 1991. She received her juris doctorate, cum laude, from Georgia State University College of Law in 1994.