Roodgine D. Bray is a Partner with the Davis Bozeman Law. She leads the firm's Litigation Team. A native of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Attorney Bray is fluent in Haitian Creole. She graduated from Clayton State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice earned her Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Attorney Bray is a graduate of the State Bar of Georgia’s Young Lawyer’s Leadership Academy. She is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA) and the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA) where she currently serves as the Secretary and The Woman to Woman Initiative Chair.
As an undergraduate student at Clayton State University, Attorney Bray served as the President of both the Student Government Association and the Tau Epsilon Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
As a law student, Attorney Bray served as an Associate Editor for the Thomas M. Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law, Corresponding Secretary of the Black Law Student Association (BLSA), a member of the Mock Trial and Moot Court Boards. She also served as a Trial Skills Teacher Assistant, Graduation Marshall, and Law School Ambassador. Attorney Bray was a BLSA Mock Trial Champion and competed in the BLSA National Mock Trial Team.
She studied abroad in South Africa and interned at Roux de Wet du Plessis Law Firm in Pretoria, South Africa. She served as a law clerk for the Criminal Division Chief at the State of Michigan Attorney General’s Office. She also served as a Pro Bono Junior Associate in the Service to Soldiers Program where she volunteered to help brief deploying troops.
Attorney Bray empowers the community and youth by educating them about their civil rights. She has been a guest panelist at V-103’s “Know Your Rights When Encountering the Police” Town Hall Meeting and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Henry County Alumnae Chapter’s civil rights forum. Additionally, Attorney Bray has served as a guest speaker at Clayton State University for “Remember the Titan’s Forgotten Faces” – a dialogue about forgotten injustices and how to interact with the police. Attorney Bray volunteers with Save Ourselves (SOS) legal clinic where she provides free consultations. Attorney Bray is the inaugural President of the Atlanta Chapter of SisterCARE Alliance – an organization created to support women and to promote social activism and self-care as a strategic contribution to the lives of women. Attorney Bray has been selected by the National Black Lawyers Association as a member of 2017 Top 40 Under 40.
Attorney Bray is married to Earl Bray and is a proud mother to their daughters, Elise and Elisabeth. She is the co-founder of the Haitian-American Lawyers Association of Georgia (HALAGA) where she currently serves as the President-Elect. She also serves on the Clayton State University Alumni Board. She is an active member of Greater Travelers Rest Baptist Church and the Covington Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.