In an era when top in-house attorneys have spoken out on issues from net neutrality to immigration, an Atlanta legal boss used her personal experience to advocate for attorneys who are military spouses.

Sloane Perras, senior vice president and chief administrative and legal officer at fast food restaurant chain The Krystal Co., signed onto an amicus brief urging the Georgia Supreme Court to overturn the state Board of Bar Examiners’ denial of a military spouse’s request to practice law without having to pass the Georgia bar exam.

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