CAROLINE SCHLEY A.B., University of Georgia, cum laude, 2017; J.D., Mercer University School of Law, cum laude, 2021. Senior Managing Editor, Mercer Law Review, Volume 72; William A. Bootle Inn of Court; Lawson Moot Court Competition Elite 8 Finalist; CALI Award in Jurisdiction & Judgments; Frank C. Jones Scholarship Recipient. Author, It’s All In The DNA—How United States v. Hano Extends the Statute of Limitations for the Eleventh Circuit, 71 Mercer L. Rev. 1191 (2020). Member, State Bar of Georgia; Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. Admitted to practice in Georgia.
Caroline practices at the firm’s Columbus office and works in a wide range of practice areas. Caroline represents clients in litigation matters including products liability, Qui Tam (False Claims Act), catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, and trucking accidents.
Caroline received her Juris Doctorate from Mercer University School of Law, graduating cum laude. In law school, Caroline was a member of Mercer Law Review and served as the Senior Managing Editor for Mercer Law Review, Volume 72. Caroline competed in the Lawson Moot Court Competition and was an Elite 8 Finalist. In 2018, Caroline was inducted into the Phi Delta Phi Honor Fraternity. Prior to law school, Caroline graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism with a degree in Public Relations.