Howie Slomka graduated from Princeton University in 1990 and Georgetown Law School... more
Howie Slomka graduated from Princeton University in 1990 and Georgetown Law School in 1994, where he delivered the commencement address and wrote for the American Criminal Law Review. He is a member in good standing of the Florida and Georgia bars and has practiced in Atlanta since 1996. Howie's practice focuses on consumer bankruptcy, and real estate and lending law. In addition to repres... view profile
"Bob" chose the law as a second carreer after 9 years on wall street. He... more
"Bob" chose the law as a second carreer after 9 years on wall street. He incorporates his wealth of business experience into his practice. Bob will often adviseclients to consider settlement over litigation when he recognizes that onlyattorneys will gain from the case. He is a hands on practitioner and surprises new clients by answering his own phone (his longtime clients are used to it!) He cr... view profile
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