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Briana A. Burrows


Briana Burrows is an Associate in the Atlanta office of Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial. 

Briana's practice focuses on complex civil litigation with an emphasis on commercial disputes involving intellectual property and various business-related issues. Her practice is also comprised of commercial and corporate transactional work such as contract drafting; business formation and dissolution; and general counseling in the areas of soft IP (trademark and copyright), labor and employment, and best practices for businesses. Briana relentlessly advocates for her clients, which include national and international companies.She has a wealth of experience taking depositions, conducting mediations, and synthesizing legal research to analyze client needs and formulate effective resolutions on a case by case basis: an added bonus is her trial experience in both the courtroom and in arbitration proceedings.

Briana is extremely entrepreneurial and business minded and prides herself on thinking outside of the box. Every situation calls for something different which is why she is committed to learning more about any given topic in order to enrich her skill set to better serve her clients and counsel them through a wide range of business issues. Briana uses her natural ability to form connections with others to create meaningful and lasting relationships with clients and opposing counsel to foster a positive atmosphere leading to ideal results.

In her spare time, Briana enjoys mentoring troubled youth, discovering music talent, and immersing herself in new cultures while traveling.


University of Georgia, B.A., 2015

University of Georgia, J.D., 2018

Bar & Court Admissions

  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Georgia Supreme Court
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Georgia

Representative Experience

  • Motion to dismiss client’s counterclaim for cancellation of the plaintiff’s Registration on the bases of abandonment and fraud denied in U.S. District Court trademark infringement action. Chief Judge Batten decided from the bench after oral arguments.

Professional & Community Activities

American Bar Association

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation

Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys