Who am I?
        Fourth generation Atlantan, if that counts for anything. I went to Washington and Lee University for my B.A. and Emory University for my J.D. I am a member of the Georgia Bar Association.
            I was the founder and Director of Justice for All, a non-profit that helped over two thousand families and individuals of modest means address their legal needs, the majority of which were divorce and child support.
            As a litigator in private practice I was successful at both trial and appellate practice.
I was the Atlanta Police Department’s Citizen of the Year, as well as A TBS Super Citizen. I was recognized by the American Bar Association’s Family Law Section for outstanding contribution, and have been profiled by numerous publications. I was selected as an exemplar of practice in the public sector in the  film “Short Stories From the Real World of Law” produced by the Law School Admissions Council, and featured in  The Official Guide to Legal Specialties , 2000,  Lisa L. Abrams, Harcourt Legal and Professional publications, Inc. I was a member of the advisory board of the Emory Public Interest Committee and of the Atlanta Family Law Inns of Court.
I am a certified mediator, and I am student of   Dr. Harville Hendrix’s theory of relationships, a practitioner of Imago, and currently undertaking clinical training in Imago relationship therapy.
            I am divorced, and it made me a better person.