Robyn Carmichael joined Cheeley Law Group in March of 2020, with more than 30 years of experience in civil litigation. She began her career as a Paralegal in 1987, working in collections and bankruptcy law, managing accounts for major retail credit cards. Robyn continued her work in collection law at the FDIC during the savings and loan crisis, and actually participated in a bank closing.

After the FDIC, Robyn accepted a position at Intercontinental Hotel roup (Holiday Inn), working in franchise law, and managed promissory notes with former hotel owners who were paying off liquidated damages from severed licensing agreements.

Robyn continued her career at insurance defense firm, Freeman Mathis & Gary, in the construction law division, and assisted in the preparation for and attendance at a week-long arbitration in Texas. Robyn accepted a position at Dennis Corry Porter & Smith, managing cases involving major tractor-trailer accidents. After focusing on insurance defense work for 10 years, Robyn began her career as a plaintiff’s paralegal, working with The Law Office of Sutton T. Slover, prior to joining Cheeley Law Group.

Robyn received her undergraduate degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Georgia, where she was a two-year letterman in Women’s Track and Field. Go Dawgs! 10 years later, while working full-time with children, Robyn graduated from Paralegal School at Kennesaw College with a 4.0 GPA.

Coming from an athletic family, Robyn and husband Dan were both college athletes, along with their three grown children. Robyn enjoys watching her grandson play sports and spending time with her other two “grands”. She also loves working out at her Crossfit gym, attending UGA and MT college football games, and Atlanta Braves, Falcons and Hawks. Robyn also enjoys wine tastings, boating, gardening, concerts, and playing with her three Labrador Retrievers. Finally, Robyn is a member of Woodstock City Church.

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