I grew up in a small town in northwest Georgia called LaFayette (pronounced La-FET, by the way), into a middle-class family that had to work hard for everything we had. My mom was a legal secretary for more than 10 years for small solo practitioners, and my dad was a union Boilermaker.
That early appreciation for the law eventually led me to Atlanta, where I received my degree in economics, cum laude, from Georgia State University. I started honing my expertise in criminal law at John Marshall Law School, and I was thrilled to win the Aspen Book Award, which is given to the top student in criminal law. After graduating law school in 2006, I joined the Atlanta-based firm of Levenson & Associates. For over five years with the company, I worked on cases from beginning to end, in many areas of the law including those in which I practice now.
In founding Littlejohn Law Office, I combined my personal passion and professional expertise in working closely with individuals and small businesses to help resolve their legal issues. I take pride in knowing I can make a real difference in someone’s life by providing relief and resolution in what can be complex, difficult life dilemmas.
In addition, I currently serve as co-chair of the Disaster Relief Committee for the Georgia State Bar. When there’s a federally declared state of emergency, such as a natural disaster, in Georgia, our organization facilitates free legal advice for individuals and families who are victims of the disaster. This service has helped numerous families and individuals throughout Georgia in need during crisis, such as the tornadoes that ripped through the state in 2011.
• Georgia State University, Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, 2003
• John Marshall Law School, Juris Doctor, 2006
• Georgia State Bar, 2007
• Georgia Bar, 2007
• Georgia Court of Appeals
• Georgia Supreme Court
• United States Federal District Court, Northern District of Georgia