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Michael G. Kaufman

Michael G. Kaufman

Personal Injury Lawyer
Kaufman Law, P.C.
Atlanta, GA
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About Michael G. Kaufman

Attorney Biography

Michael Kaufman is an Atlanta native and recent graduate of Mercer University's Walter F. George School of Law. He obtained his undergraduate degree in History at the University of Georgia.

During law school, Michael worked as a law clerk for another Atlanta personal injury firm and also as a judicial clerk for the Presiding Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia.

He was very active in his law school community, holding leadership positions in the Mercer Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, and Student Bar Association.

Michael founded the MTLA Trial Lecture Series, a school-wide lecture series featuring Georgia's top trial lawyers.

Michael was awarded a Faculty Award for Outstanding Legal Writing in 2013 and also the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in 2015. Michael is admitted to practice in the Superior Courts of Georgia.

To contact Michael, please call Kaufman Law, P.C.

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Personal Injury (100%)

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Michael G. Kaufman
Kaufman Law, P.C.
100 Galleria Pkwy SE Suite 1100
Atlanta, GA 30339
Office: 678-712-1115

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