I grew up in the small town of Baxley, Georgia. In small towns, we take pride in how we help one another. That pride has developed for me in becoming a lawyer because my job is all about helping people.
I spent four years in Statesboro, Georgia attending Georgia Southern University, where I received my B.A. in History. When I moved home from college, I spent several years as a clerk for the Judge of the Probate Court. It was there, and from her, that I learned what true public service meant. It was also there that I gained the confidence to achieve my dream of becoming a lawyer.
I was accepted into Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law and my husband, daughter and I moved to Macon. I met Sam during my first year of law school and found a mentor who has since become like family; what began as an internship has turned into a strong partnership.
Whether it is in a personal injury, family law or acriminal case, I am honored to represent my client and I never lose sight of the fact that my client has entrusted their case and their well-being with me. I am proud to represent my clients with integrity, respect, and honesty… and a little bit of small town grit.