Emory L. Clark

Emory L. Clark

Education

Received Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia in 1975
Received B.B.A. from the University of Georgia in 1992

Admissions

Admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1984

Professional Associations

State Bar of Georgia, Member
Bankruptcy Section, State Bar of Georgia
Atlanta Bar Association, Member
Bankruptcy Section, Atlanta Bar Association
Main Office Consumer Bankruptcy Group
National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees


Mike Washington

Mike Washington

Education

Received under-graduate degree from Morehouse College in 1971
Received Juris Doctorate from the Atlanta Law School in 1992

Admissions

Admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1975

Jurisdictions Where Admitted

All Georgia courts; United States Northern District and Bankruptcy Courts; United States Court of Appeals for the 5th and 11th circuits.

Professional Associations

State Bar of Georgia, Member
Atlanta Bar Association, Member
Main Office Consumer Bankruptcy Group


Brian Shockley

Brian Shockley

Education

Received B.A from Vanderbilt University in 1994
Received Juris Doctorate, cum laude from the University of Georgia in 1997

Admissions

Admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1997

Awards, Achievements & Accolades

State Bar of Georgia, Member
International Comparative Law Journal (1995-1997)
Federalist Society, Vice President


Elsa Rodriguez

Elsa Rodriguez

Education

Received B.A. from Spelman College in 1997
Received Juris Doctorate from Fordham University School of Law in 2000

Admissions

Admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2001

Favorite part of helping clients with bankruptcy

For me, the best part is when I tell a client we will stop the foreclosure on their home and they say “so I can breathe now?” or “so I can sleep peacefully now?” and I respond “absolutely, we’ve got it from here!” In my experience, that relief is so emotional for the client that it really makes me feel good.

Other Interests and Information

As far as my personal interest and hobbies, I love spending time with my son and husband, I love my girl trips with my college friends (we’re still close after 24 years of friendship) and I am overjoyed when my mom comes from New York to visit! Oh! And online shopping is always fun for me too.


Jason Lutz

Jason Lutz

Education

Bachelor of Arts Emory University 1996
Juris Doctorate University of Alabama School of Law 2001

Admissions

Admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2002

Favorite part of helping clients with bankruptcy

Giving people that little extra time that they need to get caught up so they can continue to work and keep their home when their creditors won’t give them the chance.


Iesha Warmack

Iesha Warmack

Education

The University of Mississippi - Graduated Cum Laude - BS in Criminal Justice with an Emphasis in Homeland Security
The University of Mississippi School of Law

Admissions

Admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2015

Awards, Achievements & Accolades

Member of the Mississippi Bar

Favorite part of helping clients with bankruptcy

My favorite part of helping and assisting clients with bankruptcy protection is the feeling of satisfaction when a client is no longer overwhelmed by financial debt and they're relieved to start with a financial clean slate.

Other Interests and Information

I'm a huge, huge fan of SEC Football and My Ole Miss Rebels!


Richard Thomson

Richard Thomson

Education

Richard received his under-graduate degree from State University of New York in 1980 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia in 1984.

Awards, Achievements & Accolades

Professional Associations
* State Bar of Georgia, Member
* NACTT, Member
* NACBA, Member


Jessica Douglas

Jessica Douglas

Education

Undergraduate Degree: Kennesaw State University
Juris Doctor: Mercer Walter F. George School of Law
Legal Writing Certificate: Mercer Walter F. George School of Law

Admissions

Admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2008

Favorite part of helping clients with bankruptcy

Giving clients freedom from financial stress. Providing a stress-free life away from creditors and harassment.