Stacey Mohr litigates complex business disputes—with extensive experience in consumer and policyholder class actions—as well as civil rights and constitutional law cases and education-funding litigation. She represents clients engaged in commercial arbitrations and in litigation in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels.
Stacey also counsels companies on a variety of matters, including employment issues and open-government compliance, and advises private and public schools on a range of education issues.
From 2008–2009, Stacey served as a law clerk to the Honorable Karen Nelson Moore of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Awards and Rankings
Bidlake Award recipient in legal research and writing, Duke University School of Law
Faculty Award recipient for outstanding achievement in taxation and estate planning, Duke University School of Law
Member, Atlanta Bar Association
Member, State Bar of Georgia
Mentor, Everybody Wins! literacy and mentoring program
Member, ServiceJuris Steering Committee
Volunteer, AVLF Saturday Lawyers Program