Sada J. Bâby

Litigation Counsel

Sada  is a litigation attorney representing both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of matters.  Her practice focuses on business divorces, including corporate shareholder and LLC member disputes. She also has experience with products liability and toxic torts, construction litigation, defending premises liability suits, and matters involving complex contractual interpretation and business torts.

Practice Areas



  • University of Michigan — J.D., cum laude, 2011
    • Michigan Law Review – Executive Note Editor
  • Yale University – B.A. in History, graduated with distinction in the major, 2006
    • All-Ivy Academic Honors, 2002
    • Varsity Fencing Team—NCAA Individual Women’s Saber Champion, 2001, 2002


  • Admitted in Georgia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

Community Activities & Professional Associations 

  • USA Fencing
  • Member of the Atlanta Bar Association’s CLE Board of Trustees
  • State Bar of Georgia


Sada received her J.D. from the University of Michigan, graduating cum laude. During law school, she served as Executive Note Editor of the Michigan Law Review.

Before her career as an attorney, Sada was a professional athlete on the United States national fencing team. She competed in the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games, earning three medals. She continues to be involved in the sport today, both as an athlete and in leadership roles. As the United States Women’s Saber Squad Manager, she is responsible for helping the national team prepare for the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. She is currently a member of USA Fencing’s Safe Sport Resource Team, which works to reduce abuse and misconduct in the sport, and the International Relations Committee, which develops and oversees USA Fencing’s strategic plan within the international fencing community. She has been inducted into the International Fencing Federation and USA Fencing Halls of Fame.