TK obtained her law degree from the University of Louisville Law School, where she was the winner of the Pirtle Washer Moot Court Competition. She attended the Atlanta College of Trial Advocacy in 1988, and obtained a L.LM in Litigation from Emory University in 1989. She is a member of all Georgia state and federal bar associations and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.
TK has a client-centric practice focused on personal injury, advocating for victims, and litigation. She became involved in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) through her construction litigation practice in the early 90’s. At that time, she recognized the value of Internet based ADR as a conflict resolution tool and in 1995, established GAMA, the Global Arbitration Mediation Association, Inc., as the world’s first on-line ADR Company. GAMA and its assets were later sold with substantial pay-outs to the company’s investors. In her personal injury practice, TK represents victims of motor vehicle accidents, sexual assault, work related incidents, slip and trip and falls, medical malpractice and injuries occurring due to premises liability. Practicing for close to 30 years, she has obtained millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for her clients.
TK is also a trained mediator and has mediated hundreds of cases.
Contact TK at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TK spends her free time running, hiking, and writing children’s books. Here’s links to her personal website and latest book, Ranger Nader & The Sunstruck Phantom:
TK recently published a children’s book under the pseudonym, Kam Karem. The book is called, Ranger Nader & The Sunstruck Phantom and features a teenage boy who duels crazy King Gilgamesh to save Earth in an epic battle. Here’s link’s to more about that book, and to a press release about it: