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Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, Georgia 2006
Bachelor of Science in Political Science
Emory University School of Law
Atlanta, Georgia 2010
Courtney H. Carpenter is a native of Marietta, Georgia. She began her career at Meriwether & Tharp in 2011, and provides representation in all areas of the firm’s family law practice.
Courtney earned her Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law. While at Emory, Courtney participated in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society and volunteered her time at Student Legal Services, a public interest program that provides pro bono legal services to those in need in the Emory community. Additionally, Courtney worked as a research assistant to Professor Victoria F. Nourse, which allowed her to further hone her legal research and writing skills. Prior to law school, Courtney graduated magna cum laude from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science, a Minor in International Affairs, and a Certification in Professional Politics.
Courtney has a passion for helping her clients through difficult times in their lives. She works diligently to obtain the best result possible for her clients based on their individual goals. Courtney is a trained Guardian ad Litem.
Courtney enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, college football, and outdoor activities.
"Assisted me during a very stressful time in my life. Also efficiently handled a high conflict case against my child's other parent."
"Courtney took over my high conflict divorce when her colleague left for maternity leave. She was able to jump right in without missing a beat. She is not afraid to be tough when necessary. She carefully explained the pros and cons before making decisions. I felt well informed even if I did not always like my options." Posted by Doreen
I hired Courtney last year around August and I'm glad I did. She has been very professional and geared in getting resolution in my divorce. She made me aware and cautious of things that I had no idea about. The great... read more