After graduating from the University of Illinois with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Roy served in the U.S. Marine Corps as an artillery officer where he distinguished himself in combat in the Middle East. He then spent 5+ years in the software consulting world gaining valuable business experience, but found that selling and implementing software solutions for large corporations was not his true calling. He left the corporate world to enter law school full time at John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, where he graduated 10th in a class that started with 135 students.
After graduation, Roy worked for the Superior Courts of Georgia as a judicial law clerk for 7 years, working in the judge’s chambers. This gives him an unparalleled view into how he can maximize your chances for success in court from the preliminary hearings to the final jury trial.
- B.S. Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois: National Merit Scholar, NROTC federal scholarship
- John Marshall Law School, Atlanta, GA, Juris Doctor, Class of 2008
- Honors and Activities: JMLS Moot Court Board
- Moot Court Competitor in ABA National Competition and NYC Bar National Competition
- 7 Years Judicial Law Clerk, Paulding Superior Court, Dallas, GA.
- U.S. Dept. of Labor, Regional Solicitor’s Office, Atlanta, GA
- Atlanta Metro Conflict Defender
- U.S. Marine Corps, Artillery Officer
- Decorated for valor in Operation Desert Storm
- Fulton County Veterans Court Mentor
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
- Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
- American Bar Association