Jeannine Holmes, Associate

Jeannine Holmes focuses on complex business litigation, representing plaintiffs and defendants across a wide range of industries. Her practice also includes state and federal appellate litigation.

She maintains an active pro bono practice and has assisted tenants in disputes with their landlords in partnership with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation. Jeannine is committed to equity and inclusion within the legal profession and actively contributes to the firm’s diversity initiatives.

Jeannine previously clerked for the Honorable Jill A. Pryor of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

She earned her Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, from Georgia State University, where she was the first Black editor-in-chief of the Georgia State University Law Review. During law school, she was named the 2021 Thomas Tang National Moot Court Champion and was recognized multiple times by The CALI Excellence for the Future Award program for her outstanding achievements in Global Perspectives on Children and the Law (2022), Sexual Identity and the Law (2021), Military Law (2021), Criminal Law (2020) and Professional Responsibility (2019).

Prior to law school, Jeannine worked in healthcare management and human resources.

She received her Bachelor of Arts in English from The University of Virginia.

Professional Activities

Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, Volunteer  

Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, Member

Georgia State College of Law Alumni Council, Class Representative

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1201 West Peachtree Street NW
Suite 3900
Atlanta, GA 30309


Georgia State University College of Law, J.D., 2022, summa cum laude

  • Order of the Coif  
  • Georgia State Law Journal, Editor-in-Chief  
  • Thomas Tang Moot Court National Championship, 2021
  • Moot Court Tryout Competition, Best Oralist, 2019

The University of Virginia, B.A.

Previous Experience

Law Clerk, Judge Jill A. Pryor, Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, 2022-2023