Christine Koehler is one of Georgia's premier trial attorneys. For the last 25 years, Christine has litigated throughout the State of Georgia. She is a graduate of Georgia State College of Law (cum laude class of 1995) and a graduate of both the National Criminal Defense College and the National College of DUI Defense.
Christine's courtroom success has made her a sought after instructor at Georgia's leading trial skills programs. She frequently lectures at conferences throughout the country and is an AV-rated attorney by Martindale Hubbell. Christine was recognized as a Georgia Super Lawyer by her peers in Atlanta Magazine since 2004. Georgia Trend Magazine has repeatedly named Christine one of their Legal Elite. Christine served on the Investigative Panel of the State Bar of Georgia for 8 years and is a founding member of the Georgia Innocence Project.
Christine's unyielding dedication to her clients led to a three-month halt of jury trials in Gwinnett County, Georgia, after successfully challenging Gwinnett's jury system. Christine won a high profile, nine-week, death penalty case, which is the longest trial in Gwinnett County history. Although Christine started her practice as a criminal defense lawyer, she has expanded her practice to include personal injury and wrongful death cases.