The Georgia State College of Law community is wide-reaching and we celebrate the accomplishments of our students from admission to bar passage and beyond. Below are latest achievements from our graduates. All graduates can submit a Class Action through the online form.
Jeffrey R. Baxter (J.D. ’05) was promoted to partner at BakerHostetler, effective January 1, 2021. He concentrates his practice on commercial litigation and has represented a diverse portfolio of clients, including financial institutions, healthcare and insurance providers, wireless telecommunications providers, trustees and other fiduciaries.
Macy McFall (J.D. ’16) was recently promoted to deputy chief of staff and director of communications for Georgia Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan.
Everett Morris (J.D. ’12) hired another College of Law alumna, Ashley Smith, to work at his firm Morris Legal and Tax LLC. He and his wife, Jaymee, also finalized the adoption of their teenage daughter out of the Georgia foster care system. A fellow alumna, Jeannine Lowery, served as their lawyer for the adoption.
Andrew Navritil (J.D. ’18) recently started as an attorney advisor with the United States Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Southeast Region here in Atlanta.
Reid Peacock (J.D. ’12) joined Norris Law in Athens, Ga. last October as a personal injury and business litigation attorney.
Rachel Plevak (J.D. ’06) is now head of the new Domestic Violence Prosecution Unit in the Cobb Solicitor General’s Office.
Chris Poole (J.D. ’97) has been chosen to serve as the Chattanooga Division Branch Chief for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Tennessee. Poole joined the office in 2002, and, for the past 18 years, has focused on prosecuting violent crime.