Chris J. Perniciaro
- J.D., 2014, Mercer Walter F. George School of Law, magna cum laude
- B.S., 2010, University of Tampa, cum laude
Chris specializes in a variety of practice areas, making him highly knowledgeable at handling most legal matters. Whether he’s presenting oral argument in a business dispute, navigating a sensitive divorce, or defending a slip and fall, Chris understands the difficulties litigation presents and uses it to achieve favorable outcomes for clients. His prior experiences include serving as a staff attorney for Chief Judge John M. Ott of the Alcovy Judicial Circuit, and as a volunteer with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of the Solicitor and the Forsyth County Superior Court.
During law school, Chris competed in several moot court competitions, including the American Bar Association’s National competition, finishing eighth out of 200 teams. He also coached another successful moot court team and was an editor and author for the Mercer Law Review. Chris spends his time away from the practice of law scuba diving, golfing, and serving as a mentor to young students at the Sophia Academy in Atlanta.