Angelyn Wright is the founding and principal lawyer of The Wright Law Alliance, P.C. located in Decatur, Georgia. For over 23 years, Angelyn has helped clients through some of their most difficult experiences. Committed to providing exceptional service with compassion, dedication and respect, Angelyn has helped hundreds of clients recover the compensation they deserve and recover from financial distress.

Originally from Nashville, Tennessee, Angelyn is a long-time resident of the Atlanta area. She graduated with Highest Honors from Georgia Tech with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. After working as a computer design engineer for the NCR Corporation, she attended Georgia State University College of Law, where she received her law degree in 1995, magna cum laude.

Out of law school, Angelyn worked for a large law firm in downtown Atlanta (now the largest law firm in the world), learning from the best courtroom lawyers. She also served as a Trustee for the Bankruptcy Court for 10 years, developing a rare expertise in bankruptcy law.

Angelyn wanted to use her top-notch training and skills to benefit everyday people. She founded this law firm in 2001, to fight for the needs of individuals, families and small to medium-sized businesses.

Angelyn is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the American Bankruptcy Institute. She is admitted to practice in the federal courts of the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia, and the Eleventh and Sixth Circuit Courts of Appeal.

In addition to her law practice, Angelyn has been a part-time instructor in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University for over 15 years. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Southeastern Bankruptcy Law Institute, the premier organization for bankruptcy law education in the country. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Housing Plus, Inc., a United Way sponsored non-profit organization that helps homeless people transition to permanent housing.

Angelyn is a true foodie, combining her love of food and travel to experience new places and cultures through food. Hiking the north Georgia mountains or strolling the beach on Tybee Island are favorite non-food activities.