A graduate of The Johns Hopkins University and Emory University School of Law, Corinne practiced criminal law for 26 years with the DeKalb County Public Defender’s Office before opening her firm.

In her last ten years at the Public Defender’s Office, she served as Chief Trial Attorney and specialized solely in handling murder and child sex abuse cases. Corinne has tried well over 100 jury trials and has achieved great results through her skill and knowledge of the latest science on forensics, such as blood spatter analysis, psychological syndromes, cell phone forensics, fingerprint analysis, false confessions, DNA analysis and shaken baby syndrome.

Corinne is one of the National Journal’s Georgia Top Lawyers; is rated as A/V Preeminent by Martindale-Hubble, a national peer-reviewed rating system; and is a recipient of the Gideon’s Trumpet Award from the Georgia Indigent Defense Council. Her trial litigation skills have resulted in requests for her to teach trial advocacy at Emory School of Law and for various Bar organizations. Corinne is also a member of both the Georgia and National Associations of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Corinne is fluent in French and studying Spanish.