Cobb County Government

Judge Janné Y McKamey

Judge Janné Y. McKamey has been licensed to practice law in Georgia and a Cobb County resident since 1993. She has extensive experience in legal compliance, contracts, domestic relations, collections and small business matters.

She earned her BA in Political Science with a minor in General Business from the University of Tennessee (Knoxville).

She was a recipient of the UT Freshman Alumni Scholarship and the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Scholarship. While attending Tennessee, Judge McKamey was active in the UT Trackettes and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Zeta Phi Beta actively supported the Knoxville Ronald McDonald House where Judge McKamey was a regular volunteer.

Judge McKamey went on to receive her JD from North Carolina Central University School of Law (Durham), where she was awarded the James A. Martin Scholarship and the Am Jur Book Award for Torts. She was a member of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity and served as its Vice-Justice during her attendance at NCCU.

Judge McKamey was in private practice for over a decade prior to entering the collections field as an attorney supervising the call center, garnishment and arbitration departments at Gerald E. Moore & Associates, PC in Marietta. While employed by Mr. Moore, Judge McKamey received her Tennessee law license in 2007. She went on to become Managing Attorney of Hollander Law Offices, LLC’s (Earth City, MO) Marietta Office until they closed their doors in 2009.

From October 2009 – September 2011, Judge McKamey was an Associate at Stearns-Montgomery & Proctor. In September 2011, she went into private practice, focusing primarily on collections, Alternative Dispute Resolution, domestic relations, juvenile and contracts matters. In addition to her private practice, she was Of Counsel at the Molden Law Firm from 2014-2016, focusing on contracts, HOA collections and employment matters. Judge McKamey maintains her practice in Cobb County.

Judge McKamey is active in her community, serving as a volunteer at Holy Family Catholic Church, her daughter’s high school, Friends Against Domestic Violence in Cobb County, pro bono legal work through the Cobb Justice Foundation and the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, DragonCon and the American Cancer Society. In her spare time, she enjoys her children, cooking, watching college football, science fiction genre media and events, and anything Disney.