“The Fairness Firm, LLP employs non-attorney partners to enhance our ability to serve you.”
Dr. Rashad Richey

Dr. Rashad Richey, JD, PhD, LLM, MBA

(*preparing for the bar)

Contact: DrRichey@FairnessFirm.com

Dr. Rashad Richey serves as Director of Global Legal Operations for the International Law Group of Human & Civil Rights Attorneys, P.C. DBA The Fairness Firm and coordinates between our affiliated international law firms, navigating policy issues and providing senior-level strategic approaches for complex civil and human rights matters. Our affiliate law firms are located in Atlanta, Georgia (USA), Paris, France, Madrid, Spain, and Cape Town, South Africa, with plans underway to expand to Washington D.C.

Dr. Richey is a well-known national and international policy expert recently completing his Juris Doctor degree and plans to take the bar. He also holds a Doctor of Law (LLD) in International Immigration Law & World Economies and a Master of Laws (LLM) in Humanitarian Rights.

A noted strategic thinker and problem solver, Dr. Richey has been appointed to various executive-level roles by both governmental and nongovernmental agencies and currently serves as a Senior Policy Advisor to The Carter Center, an international, peacekeeping NGO founded by former United States President Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn. Understanding the strength of multinational collaboration, Dr. Richey serves as Chairman of the Georgia Council of International Visitors, a United States Department of State funded agency dedicated to international diplomacy, cultural awareness, and educational exchanges, making him the first African-American to lead the organization. An active scholar, Dr. Richey’s lectures include the University of Michigan, Reinhardt University, Mercer University, Morehouse School of Medicine, University of West GA, and St. Magnus University to name a few. He is a Professor of Business at Morris Brown College in Atlanta, GA, a noted HBCU, and serves internationally as the Professor of Physics and Department Chair at Paris Graduate School in Paris, France.

Dr. Richey is the proud recipient of the “Distinguished Alumni Award” from Clark Atlanta University,  and the youngest inductee into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame, where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Oprah Winfrey, and US Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall are all honored past recipients. Dr. Richey, who is also President of Rolling Out and a noted media broadcaster, has been recognized by American presidents, local governments, and NGOs for his leadership and philanthropy. 

He is the founder of The Rashad Richey Foundation, Inc., an active nonprofit that mentors and provides opportunities for gang-affected and gang-affiliated youth.

Dr. Rashad Richey is a recognized legal scholar and consultative international policy expert who is not a practicing attorney.

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Juris Doctor (JD), Renaissance University (R.U. has an academic agreement with Montreal University law faculty) ***Transferred from Birmingham School of Law

Doctor of Education, (EdD), Clark Atlanta University: Federal Policy Reform

Doctor of Law (LLD), Azteca University: International Immigration Law & World Economies

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Business University of Costa Rica: Intersectionality of Government, Policy & Religious Norms

Master of Business Administration (MBA), Beulah Heights University: Commerce, Human Resources

Master of Laws (LL.M), Université de la Renaissance d’Haiti URH: International Humanitarian Rights

*Master of Science in Cognitive Psychology (MSc), APSB School of Life Information Science & Engineering

Master of Science in Neuroscience (MSc), University of Pacific: Research Specialty, Brain Entrainment Analysis 

Master of Science in Applied Physics & Quantum Mechanics (MSc), Universidad Empresarial (Intl. Program)

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy & Religious Studies (BA), Beulah Heights University

Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology (BS), Ecole Supérieure Euro-Américaine (France)

*Ph.D., Quantum Physics, Paris Graduate School – lab support provided by Clark Atlanta University (Current Doctoral Research Student: Specialties include Quantum Physics, Neuro-physics, and Biological Physics)

Certifications & Executive Education Programs:

*Harvard Law School, Specialty Law ProgramInternational Finance: Policy, Regulation, and Transactions

Cornell University, Executive Leadership 

US Institute of Diplomacy And Human Rights, Human Rights Consultant Cert.

MIT, OpenCourseWare 

*Duke University, Medical Neuroscience 

*University of Central Florida, Energy Medicine Certification


American Bar Association

International Bar Association

Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity

American Society of International Law

American Association of University Professors

International Behavioral Neuroscience Society

American Association of Clinical Research Prof.

Piedmont Hospital, Board Member

GA Council for International Visitors, Chairman

American College of Physical Medicine

National Society of Black Physicists

Philosophy of Physics Society

National Black MBA Association, Inc.

Fulton County Court Appointed Special Advocate (Ambassador)

National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)

NAACP, Atlanta Chapter

Atlanta Press Club


1) Ancient Egyptian Mastery of Quantum Physics, Vibratory Frequency, and Geometric Sciences: An Overview of Complex Scientific Applications in Ancient Cultures (Publisher, Journal of Innovative Discoveries in Physics) Amazon, Kindle, GoodReads, ShopTYT.com *Amazon Best-Seller in Physics, Science, and History Short Read*

2) The Global Effect of Western Religion on Politics, Policy, and GovernmentHow The West Got it So Wrong in the Middle East (Publisher, Grin Verlag) Google Scholar, Amazon, Better World Books, GRIN, Indigo

3) Immigration Policy Solutions Contextualized Through American Political Interests, Economic Market Manipulation, and Legal Rulings (Doctoral Thesis, Peer-Review Process Underway)

4) A Policy and Political Analysis of How America’s College Promise Act of 2018 Could Impact Higher Education Access of Nontraditional Black College Students (Publisher, Clark Atlanta University; Robert W. Woodruff Library)

5) The United Nations’ Global Responsibilities Amid Emerging Technologies and Artificial Intelligence: Will Those Who Are in Developing Regions be Left Behind? (Completed academic thesis being prepared for publishing, fulfilling the requirements for the Master of Laws program)