Christine KingSenior Paralegal Litigation Manager
Christine King serves as a senior litigation paralegal and practice manager for the firm. With over 25 years of professional experience in plaintiff’s litigation and defense, Ms. King applies her extensive experience in catastrophic personal injury cases to her work at Scholle Law. She also brings a significant background in medical malpractice and trucking cases, as well as nursing home neglect and other personal injury matters to her work. Ms. King has assisted in researching and writing publications related to tort law and researched and briefed a major case for Petition for Certiorari to the United States Supreme Court. She has many years of experience performing key tasks for all benchmarks in litigation matters, including briefs, motions, document collections and review, discovery motions, witness interviews and settlement negotiations and trial preparation.
Ms. King earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Paralegal Studies from Kaplan University where she received distinction and honors including Dean’s List, President’s List and Gold Key award from the National Honor Society. She earned her Juris Doctor from John Marshall Law School. She is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA) and the National Federation of Paralegal Associations (NFPA). She has served on the Georgia Association of Paralegals, Board of Directors as Student Growth Coordinator and on the Advisory Boards for Brown-Mackie College and DeKalb Technical College. Mrs. King is the former owner of Professional Paralegal Services, Inc.
Ms. King is dedicated to helping those who have been catastrophically injured to regain their strength, applying her impressive legal skills to this effort. She works closely with other members of Scholle Law’s team to do so. Ms. King is a tenacious advocate whose empathy, experience and decision-making are a key in the firm’s efforts to serve its clients.