Imaya K. Adris, Esq.
Born in Malaysia, Imaya immigrated to the United States at an early age where she, along with her two older brothers, were raised in Tennessee.
Imaya went on to graduate from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a concentration in Rhetoric and Writing. During her undergraduate years, Imaya developed her passion for trial advocacy when she joined UTK’s mock trial team where she competed in intercollegiate mock trial competitions, coached her own team, and served on the board as the organization’s secretary. Imaya went on to get her Juris Doctorate degree from Emory University School of Law. While at Emory, Imaya joined Emory’s Mock Trial team where she competed in regional competitions and qualified to compete at the National Trial Competition twice. Upon her graduation, Imaya was awarded Emory’s 2020 Graduating Women of Excellence and received the Trial Technique’s scholarship for her trial advocacy skills.
After graduation, Imaya worked at the Office of the Public Defender’s Office in DeKalb County where she first chaired and second chaired misdemeanor and felony trials and represented indigent clients.
Imaya joined Groth, Makarenko, Kaiser & Eidex in November 2023 and her practice focuses on automobile premises and general liability litigation. She is admitted to all state courts of Georgia.
Imaya resides in Lawrenceville, Georgia with her husband. She enjoys staying active, cooking, and spending time with her family.
Undergraduate: University of Tennessee
Law School: Emory University