Robbin L. Wilder


Atlanta, Georgia

Robbin Wilder is an attorney with the firm’s labor and employment department. She brings more than fifteen years of experience working in management-side human resources departments prior to practicing law. As an HR partner Ms. Wilder supported the business operations for unionized and non-union employers in beverage manufacturing, home improvement retail, and healthcare, providing her with first-hand experience collaborating with in-house counsel. She advises, counsels, and offers transactional and litigation support on a broad spectrum of employment law matters and workplace concerns.

Ms. Wilder has experience defending clients in both state and federal courts and before government agencies. She has defended charges of discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Family and Medical Leave Act, and Age Discrimination in Employment Act. Ms. Wilder has also completed wage / hour, OFCCP, and regulatory audits. Her practice includes preparing workplace policies and handbooks; advising on employment, settlement, and separation agreements, including restrictive covenants and independent contractor and vendor agreements; and conducting workplace investigations. She designs and conducts training on employment law topics, including discrimination and harassment awareness, performance management, recruitment, hiring, retention, terminations, and reductions in workforce, and employee leave and accommodations.

Ms. Wilder is a college football fan, supporting her hometown team, the University of Miami Hurricanes. She enjoys cooking, yoga, and adventure sports.


  • Atlanta Bar Association, SideBar Program Co-Chair
  • State Bar of Georgia

Practice Areas

  • Employment & Labor Litigation
  • Employment Counseling
  • Staffing


  • University of South Carolina School of Law, JD, 2017
  • Georgia State University, BA, 2003

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia


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