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Heather A. Thorpe, is an experienced litigator with nearly two decades advocating for the injured in Georgia.  She has tried cases and negotiated sizable compensation for clients seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents, dog bites, and slips and falls.

Heather began her legal career in the non-profit sector, where she worked with great passion to protect the well-being of children in Georgia. She made notable contributions in her roles with organizations such as Prevent Child Abuse Georgia, United Way 211, and Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies.

Apart from her work, Heather also serves as an adjunct professor, teaching Ethics and Paralegal Professionalism as well as Legal Writing to undergraduate students.

Heather holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from York University and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from John Marshall Law School.

Heather Thorpe, a native of Canada, is a loving wife and mother.  Her dedication to her community is apparent through her volunteer work, where she has made notable contributions to programs such as the State Bar of Georgia Docent Program, the Fulton County Truancy Intervention Project, and The LeRoy W. Homer Jr. Foundation.