Janet L. Bozeman
Jan Bozeman is a principal of Hyatt & Stubblefield, P.C. She is a 1989 graduate of Auburn University and received her law degree from Georgia State University in 2000. She assists developers throughout the country in creating the governance structure for their planned communities, condominiums, and destination resorts and in establishing club membership programs for project amenities. Her experience includes small and large scale residential, commercial, and mixed-use projects, as well as age-qualified communities. She also counsels clients on community association governance and operations.
Before joining Hyatt & Stubblefield in 2005, Jan's practice involved the representation of condominium and homeowners associations on a wide range of issues, including construction defect and development issues, covenant enforcement, corporate governance, easement disputes, sexual harassment, and fair housing claims. Prior to attending law school, she worked in theatre design and as a paralegal and completed internships with the Supreme Court of Georgia, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Georgia Office of the Attorney General (Environmental and Natural Resources Section).
Jan is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Community Associations Institute, and the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers and is a former co-chair of the Women in the Profession Committee, Young Lawyers Division. Jan was the recipient of the Best Service to the Bar for Exemplary Service to the Bar and the Young Lawyers Division Award in 2003.
Jan edits Community Association Law Reporter and is a frequent speaker at continuing education programs on issues relating to community associations and real estate development.