Clayton Kimbrel is a graduate of Atlanta's John Marshall Law School and is licensed to try cases in the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court. During law school, Clayton interned at a local firm where he prepared court documents for FDCPA and foreclosure defense cases. Clayton also participated in an externship in the Clerks's office at the Superior Court of Guam. While under Judge Arthur Barcinas, Clayton penned an order regarding voluntary dismissal and the filing of amended complaints, which became law in Guam. Clayton moved into the world of private practice after performing real estate closings on refinances for a local real estate firm.
Clayton is a tireless advocate for his clients. He gives each client his undivided attention and prepares thoroughly for each case. In addition to traffic ticket defense cases, Clayton also handles personal injury matters.