Georgia Civil Rights Lawyers
She is also a passionate advocate for each and every one of her clients, standing strong to give voice to the injured, the wrongfully accused, and those vulnerable to the vagaries of the criminal justice system. With thousands of hours spent face-to-face with witnesses and head-to-head with opposing counsel, Miller is Exhibit A for the value of extensive courtroom experience.
Watkinsville, GA Civil Rights Lawyer
- (855) 774-3675
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Atlanta, GA Civil Rights Lawyer
Atlanta, GA Civil Rights Attorney with 20 years experience
As a leading advocate for his clients, Mr. Johnson is a sought-after delegate and speaker. He has appeared at legal forums worldwide to address issues surrounding international employment law, including appearances at the Oxford Roundtable in England and the International Employment Law Conference in Austria. Additionally,...
After several years with Fulton County and the State of Georgia as a senior trial attorney and supervisor, I grew restless with the limitations on my practice and the Indigent Defense system in Georgia. While attending a few regional seminars, and the intensive, three week residential Trial Lawyers College, run...
Kurt is unique among Georgia trial lawyers in that he has significant experience guiding clients through government investigations, defending related civil litigation, and bringing pre-enforcement and other expedited challenges to laws, regulations, and agency decisions that pose imminent threats to his clients’ interests. He has particular expertise in securities litigation, administrative law, class actions, antitrust, Indian law, and all aspects of the environment, energy, and natural...
Atlanta, GA Civil Rights Attorney with 21 years experience
- (404) 247-0994
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Atlanta, GA Civil Rights Attorney
Georgia Civil Rights Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Georgia Legal Services Program, Inc.
Atlanta Legal Aid Society
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