Diane Rand

Dianne Rand

Dianne Ables Rand is a Paralegal with many years of experience in assisting attorneys and clients in wide variety of practice areas.  She has worked on high profile cases in a large international Atlanta-based law firm and has also worked with smaller firms specializing in government affairs, qui tam and other unique legal issues. Currently, she applies her experience solely with personal injury cases, assisting clients throughout the claims and litigation process.

More about Diane

Dianne is a native Georgian, living in the Atlanta area for many years and graduating with a B.B.A. from Georgia State University.  She and her husband Jerry are residents of Cobb County, and Dianne has served in various capacities on the board of directors of her homeowners’ association. Dianne and Jerry are doting parents of Jake, a 10-year-old rescued Golden Retriever.

Concurrent with her legal career, Dianne also served as Vice President of Finance for the remodeling company she and her husband own.  In addition to the financial responsibilities of the family-owned company, Dianne performed all secretarial and administrative duties for the company, and at times actually delivered needed materials or performed small tasks on the job sites.

In her spare time, Dianne enjoys gardening, needlepoint and reading.

Dianne may be reached at (404) 410-0037 ext. 702 or via email at Dianne@therhinelawfirm.com

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