Attorney Kiarra Brown earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and graduated cum laude from Montclair State University in Montclair, New Jersey. Attorney Brown interned for Senator Lautenberg and the Attorney General’s Office while pursuing her undergraduate degree. Upon receiving her degree, she enrolled at North Carolina Central School of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctor Degree. During law school, Attorney Brown served as President of the Death Penalty Project, Vice Chair of the Trial Advocacy Board, Student Bar Association Parliamentarian and American Bar Association Representative. Attorney Brown also took advantage of the Third Year Practice Rule, which allowed her to take cases while in her last year of law school. Under that rule, she successfully litigated criminal and domestic violence cases while still in law school. Attorney Brown also won first place in her school’s closing argument competition. Despite Attorney Brown being involved in multiple facets of her law school, she successfully graduated cum laude from law school. After earning her Juris Doctor Degree, Attorney Brown relocated to Georgia and passed the bar on her first try. Attorney Brown now successfully practices in the areas of Criminal Defense and Family Law.