Kendra Mitchell joined the firm in 2016. Her practice focuses primarily on criminal defense, including DUI defense. She also practices in the areas of family law and general civil litigation.
Ms. Mitchell graduated with Pro Bono Honors from Georgia State University College of Law. During law school, she was a Graduate Research Assistant, the Vice-President of the Public Interest Law Association, and a member of the College of Law's Moot Court Board, both competing in and coaching the prestigious Prince Evidence competition in Brooklyn, New York. Ms. Mitchell interned for Fulton County Superior Court Judge Alford Dempsey, the Cobb County District Attorney's Office, and the Dekalb County Solicitor's Office as a JD Candidate, and she served as an Apprentice in the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Unit of the Dekalb County District Attorney's Office after graduation.
Before establishing a vibrant legal career, Ms. Mitchell established a solid public service career in both her home state of Missouri as well as Georgia, serving as a Policy Analyst to Governor Sonny Perdue from 2005 through 2008, as a Budget Analyst for the Georgia House of Representatives from 2009 through 2012, and as a Budget Administrator for both the Administrative Office of the Courts and the Department of Juvenile Justice.