Atlanta Criminal Lawyer | Georgia
Michael Bixon is originally from Orlando, Florida where he was raised and educated. After graduating from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in psychology, Michael decided to follow in the footsteps of his sister and attend law school. Michael attended Barry University in Orlando and was fortunate enough to clerk for the Kane Law Firm where he had a unique opportunity to experience personal injury law. Michael also clerked at Weston, Garrou, Walters & Mooney, where he assisted the firm in criminal and constitutional law cases.
After graduating from Barry Law, Michael took the Georgia Bar exam and moved to Atlanta. Since then he has worked with the Reynolds Law Group where he was Senior Associate Attorney and responsible for handling a variety of areas of law including but not limited to personal injury, family, criminal and corporate law. Michael has also extensively volunteered with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation where he has helped clients in cases regarding landlord/tenant and debt collection cases.
As owner of Bixon Law, LLC, Michael ensures that his clients are not handled as numbers but as people with real needs. If you are in need of an attorney, please call today so that we can help you protect your interests.
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