Casey Harris is the senior associate in the St. Simons Island office of Choate & Company, P.C. Her practice focuses on transactional work and litigation in business and commercial law contexts, as well as wills, trusts, and estate work, including probate litigation. She also assists several homeowner associations with their general corporate work and litigation needs. Casey is a licensed Georgia attorney and is admitted to practice in all Georgia courts as well as the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia.
Casey graduated magna cum laude from the Georgia State University College of Law in 2011. At Georgia State, Casey served as the Student Writing Editor of the Law Review, Vice President of Communications for the Moot Court Society, competed for the Student Trial Lawyers Association (mock trial), and was selected to participate as a Pupil in the Bleckley Inn of Court. Casey competed in the Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Moot Court Competition in New York, where her team won the 2011 national championship and she was named Best Oralist.
Before attending law school, Casey obtained her Bachelor of Arts from Emory University with a major in Theatre Studies and a minor in Dance and Movement Studies.
Casey currently serves on the Board of Directors of Staibdance, an Atlanta-based non-profit contemporary dance company. She is a founding member and past President of the Young Lawyers’ Division of the Glynn County Bar Association and is a member of the St. Simons Island Rotary Club, Emory Friends of Dance, and the Golden Isles Alumnae Chapter of the Delta Delta Delta Society. Casey and her husband Zachary, both avid golfers and karaoke enthusiasts, live on St. Simons Island with their son and attend St. William Catholic Church.