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Personal Contact

No automated messages and no shuffling through various attorneys. Unlike larger firms, you will personally communicate with the attorney handling your case. All the time.

Unique Perspective​

As a certified mediator, the attorney has experience mediating hundreds of cases, bringing a unique perspective as to what it takes to favorably resolve a legal dispute.

Online Booking

Easily schedule your appointment and secure a time to speak directly with an Attorney that works for you.  Book online here.

Recent Success

March 2020 - assisted in reaching $750,000 settlement for an African-American employee who contended that his employer wrongfully terminated him due to his race, disability, and sexual orientation.

June 2020 - $60,500 settlement for federal employee who was discriminated against due to her age

March 2021 - $75,000 settlement for employee who was discriminated and retaliated against due to his disability and failed to receive legally-compliant rest breaks


Marissa L. Simmons is the owner and managing attorney of MLS Law, A Professional Corporation.

Ms. Simmons began her practice immediately after passing the California Bar in June 2016. Prior to opening her firm, Ms. Simmons has clerked for various solo practitioners and small firms, engaging in various practice areas from family, entertainment, employment, and personal injury. 

Ms. Simmons believes that every employee should have the ability to provide for themselves and their families, without fear of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation. As a result, Ms. Simmons fights for employees who have experienced discrimination, retaliation, and harassment, have not received proper wages and rest breaks, or who have endured illegal labor practices by their employer.

Ms. Simmons is a graduate of Georgia State University College of Law, where she also worked as a graduate research assistant, planning educational events for non-profit members of the Atlanta Compliance and Ethics Resource Center.

Ms. Simmons believes in serving her community and seeks out every opportunity to do so. She has served on the board for the Langston Bar Association and Black Women Lawyers, as the chair of the Young Adult Committee, Outreach and Community Action Committee, and Judicial Endorsements Committee. Believing that it's hard for one to believe they can become something that they've never seen, Ms. Simmons also regularly speaks at elementary, middle, and high schools, believing in the importance of giving minority children the ability to see that anything is possible.


2018 Langston Board Members at the 2018 Installation Gala in Los Angeles


Speaking to High School Students at the Barack Obama Global Prep Academy in 2017

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