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5 year celebration with Judge and chairsJustin O’Dell and Leslie Dean O’Neal both hold a strong belief of giving back and investing in the community in which they have the privilege to work.  The law firm of O’Dell & O’Neal was founded to reflect that commitment and spirit.

To live out our commitment to community, Justin, Leslie and staff members dedicate time and resources in support of fundraising events and they serve on several different charitable boards. O’Dell & O’Neal made monetary donations and contributed 100’s of community service hours to various non-profits in during 2013-2014. Efforts are already well underway to exceed that in 2015. The following articles highlight the work that we have done in the community.

Leslie O’Neal Receives 2017 Next Generation Award

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Marietta Daily Journal.Next Award. 08.10.2017 We are proud to announce that Leslie O’Neal is one of the two Cobb Next Generation Award winners for 2017! The 2017 recipients were selected from a group of nominees who are active within the community, essential to their profession and offer a unique perspective. Both winners demonstrate the potential

Alyssa Blanchard 2017-18 Class of Leadership Cobb

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Congratulations to our attorney Alyssa Blanchard for being announced in the 2017-18 class of Leadership Cobb. This recognition is focused on personal and professional growth through awareness, community resources and the social, political and economic needs of the community

4th of July Parade with O’Dell & O’Neal Attorneys

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Every year we invite the public to join us in watching the 4th of July Parade. Our office is located in the heart of downtown Marietta, an ideal spot to watch the parade. We also had complementary biscuits, snow cones, parking and beverages for everyone to enjoy. This year attorney Justin O’Dell handed out biscuits

Attorney Justin O’Dell: Next Generation Award Winner

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2016.08.12.Marietta Daily Journal.Next Award

Good for Cobb

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Prior to the SPLOST vote in November 2014, Justin O’Dell spent countless hours dedicating himself to the merits of its value to Cobb County. He knew that the continuation of the SPLOST would mean improvements in transportation, public safety and quality of life for all residents of Cobb. As co-chair of the effort to Secure Cobb’s Future,

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