Keri Martin

Hailing from the Good Life City, Ms. Martin graduated from the Deerfield-Windsor School in Albany, Georgia. She later graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia with degrees in English and Spanish languages. Before attending the University of Georgia School of Law, Ms. Martin worked with International Justice Mission in the NGO's La Paz, Bolivia, field office, where she worked under Bolivian attorneys prosecuting cases of child sexual abuse.

While in law school, Ms. Martin was elected to the Executive Board of the Georgia Law Review, where she authored and published Taking a Toll on the Equities: Governing the Effect of the PLRA's Exhaustion Requirement on State Statutes of Limitations, 47 Ga. L. Rev. 1321 (2013). During her practice, Ms. Martin has also written and published What Remains of Vicarious Jurisdiction for Establishing General Jurisdiction over Corporate Defendants After DaimlerAG v. Bauman, 12 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1 (2015).

Ms. Martin focuses her practice in the areas of business and commercial litigation, real estate litigation, foreclosure and collection work, probate and estate work, business formations, and assistance with properties sold at tax sales.

Ms. Martin is admitted practice in all state and federal courts in Georgia and South Carolina. Ms. Martin is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia, the Savannah Bar Association, the Savannah Young Lawyers Division, and the South Carolina Bar Association.

Mrs. Martin is married to Harris Martin. They have two precious daughters: Sinclair and Jane. They are active members of Community Bible Church.

Publications: 12 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1 (2015); 47 Ga. L. Rev. 1321 (2013).