Christopher McCormick is a Georgia resident, and received his Bachelor Degree in Political Science, Masters in Public Administration, and Law Degree from the University of Georgia. McCormick is an accomplished and compassionate attorney with a storied career and history which includes:
- Graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Georgia holding the Degrees of Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Master of Public Administration, and Juris Doctor
- Clerked at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia
- Clerked at the District Attorney’s Office in Athens, Georgia
- Served as Senatorial Intern for a United States Senator
- Worked as a teacher assistant with undergraduate courses in American Government at the University of Georgia
- Fluent in Spanish: Lived abroad in Mexico and Costa Rica
Attorney McCormick is the first of his family to graduate college and he worked throughout his college career. His many personal experiences allow him to relate to his clients.
Attorney McCormick is licensed to practice in the United States Northern and Middle District Courts of Georgia, Supreme Court of Georgia, Court of Appeals of Georgia, State Board of Worker’s Compensation, Superior Courts of Georgia, State Courts of Georgia, Magistrate Courts of Georgia, Juvenile Courts of Georgia, and Probate Courts of Georgia.
Attorney McCormick is a member with the State Bar of Georgia, Forsyth County Bar Association, Forsyth County Criminal Defense Bar Association, Sandy Springs Bar Association and North Fulton Bar Association. Attorney McCormick serves as a Director of the North Fulton Bar Association.
Attorney McCormick is on the Board of Directors for Children With A Voice Inc., a non-profit organization seeking to serve children, teachers, counselors and administrators in the metro Atlanta area, and provide services for children who have a parent incarcerated. The goals of which are to help kids form positive, meaningful relationships, improve sense of self worth, help close communication gaps between the children and caregivers, support teachers, counselors and administrators.