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Chris Childress

Chris Childress is a litigator who handles cases involving car accidents, premises liability, juvenile law, DUI, landlord/tenant disputes, and construction litigation.

A lifelong resident of Pike County and a graduate of Pine County High School, Childress attended Young Harris College in 1999, competing across the southeast on Young Harris’s Forensic team. After graduation, he worked in the electrical field for over 15 years. He was responsible for a wide variety of high- and low-voltage residential, commercial, and industrial electrical projects, including installations in skyscrapers, airports, water treatment facilities, historical buildings, subdivision buildouts, military bases, and law enforcement training facilities.

In 2010, Childress enrolled at Gordon State College to pursue the legal field, serving two terms as Student Body President and graduating in 2014 as a member of Gordon State’s first in history Baccalaureate class. At Mercer University School of Law, he practiced under the Georgia Practice Act, representing indigent defendants. He graduated in 2017.

Chris is active in his community, currently serving as the chair of the Pike County Parks and Recreation Authority and as the President of Pike County Kiwanis. He has coached recreation and travel baseball for over a decade. He is happily married with five children.

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Landon Justice

Landon Justice is a litigator who handles cases involving car accidents, trucking accidents, wrongful death, premises liability, slip and fall cases, creditor rights, and bankruptcy civil litigation.

A lifelong resident of Macon, GA, Justice graduated from Valdosta State University with a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in chemistry. While at Mercer University School of Law, Justice earned his place on the Dean’s List and received two CALI Excellence for the Future awards for earning the highest grade in the class. Also while at Mercer Law, Landon was a member of the health law society and vice president of the Federalist Society.

Justice has been admitted to the bars of all superior courts of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Georgia, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Justice is an active member of the Macon Bar Association and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.

Chris Childress

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In 2010, Childress enrolled at Gordon State College to pursue the legal field, serving two terms as Student Body President and graduating in 2014 as a member of Gordon State’s first in history Baccalaureate class. At Mercer University School of Law, he practiced under the Georgia Practice Act, representing indigent defendants. He graduated in 2017.

Chris is active in his community, currently serving as the chair of the Pike County Parks and Recreation Authority and as the President of Pike County Kiwanis. He has coached recreation and travel baseball for over a decade. He is happily married with five children.

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