Attorney Tricia Solomon graduated from The George Washington University in 1997 with a degree in Journalism. After college, Ms. Solomon accepted a position as a sports production assistant at CNN Sports Illustrated, which brought her to Atlanta, Georgia. Ms. Solomon would spend four years at CNNSI before leaving to pursue her true passion of becoming an attorney. To achieve her goal, Ms. Solomon relocated to Athens, Georgia to attend The University of Georgia School of Law, and graduated in 2006.
Since her admission to the Georgia Bar in 2007, Ms. Solomon has held several positions including legal recruiter at a top legal staffing agency, obtaining an associate position in a small boutique-sized law firm focused solely on criminal defense, and finally managing her own law firm here in Atlanta, Georgia. Through her professional experiences, Ms. Solomon was able to diversify her legal knowledge and provide legal services to her clients in multiple practice areas including criminal defense, family law, personal injury and general civil litigation.
Ms. Solomon has handled every kind of criminal case from misdemeanor simple battery to D.U.I, felony drug possession, and murder. She has represented clients in Divorce, Legitimation, Paternity, Child Support Modifications, and Custody cases in Georgia’s Superior and Juvenile courts. Ms. Solomon has also been highly successful in obtaining compensation for her clients who have suffered personal injuries caused by someone else’s negligence.
No matter what the case, Ms. Solomon is tenacious and determined to fight for her clients in order to get them their desired results. While no law firm can guarantee a favorable result, Attorney Tricia Solomon is committed to achieving the best possible outcome for her clients. She strongly adheres to her principles of integrity, and her firm’s primary objective is to ensure that justice prevails on behalf of her clients.
Whether you need a highly skilled defense, personal injury, civil litigation, or family law attorney, Ms. Solomon has the skills and experience necessary to resolve your case.
- University of Georgia School of Law – J.D.
- The George Washington University – B.A., Journalism
- Georgia 2007
- Superior Court of Georgia
- Supreme Court of Georgia
- Georgia Court of Appeals