I grew up in Rhine, a small and rural city in South Georgia, and have spent most of my life there. My childhood was filled with stories, told by my Grandparents, about the "good ole days" of Georgia. Consequently, I became fascinated with Georgia history at a very young age. It was my love of Georgia's past that led me down the path towards a legal career. As I learned more and more, I found myself enamored and inspired by the likes of Ellis Arnall, Eugene Cook, Peter Geer, and other Georgia lawyers.
I am currently a Third Year student at the Walter F. George School of Law in Macon, Georgia. Previously, I graduated from Middle Georgia College and Georgia Southwestern State University.
Ultimately, I plan to use my law degree in conjunction with my research, writing, and oral advocacy skills to be a litigator. I am particularly interested in Insurance litigation, Worker's Compensation, Employment and Labor law, and business litigation. I also have experience in the areas of Local Government Law, Domestic Relations, and Criminal Defense.