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About Kenna Simmons

Kenna Simmons is an award-winning writer and editor whose work has appeared in Atlanta magazine and the Atlanta Business Chronicle, and on, and the Mother Nature Network. A graduate of the University of Alabama, she lives in Atlanta and writes regularly about economic development and business for Georgia Trend magazine. 

Articles Written by Kenna Simmons

Family Time

Leslie O’Neal on the moral imperative of pro bono work

One in a Hundred

A life lived outdoors has prompted Savannah’s Glen Darbyshire to help protect Georgia’s coast

How to Prepare for Business Bankruptcy

Georgia attorneys give their advice

His Father and Atticus Finch

Joseph Beck’s book is more than just family history

Courtroom Confidential

How Steve Sidman serves his celebrity-chef clients

O, Solomiany!

Marvin Solomiany is a family law attorney with a fascinating family history

Change Agent

Allegra Lawrence-Hardy was mentored by some of the biggest names in Georgia law; she’s paying it forward with the Sutherland Scholars

The Muckraker

Linley Jones represents the ultimate “little guy”—someone who wants to sue a lawyer

‘You’re Just Here to Find a Husband’

An oral history of the first group of female attorneys in North Carolina in the 1970s

The Wave

An oral history of the first group of female attorneys in Georgia in the 1970s

The Master Storyteller

‘Talk to no one except Edward T.M. Garland!’

Family Matters

When breaking up is hard to do, Randy Kessler is the man to see

Lawyer in the Mist

Richard Horder represents developers, protects gorillas and searches for common ground

The Man Who Wouldn’t Wait

Why William B. Hill Jr. talks to Juanita

The Squire of Muscogee County

James Butler is as prepared as Winston Churchill and as down-to-earth as Atticus Finch

Georgia's Favorite Nephew

Lawton Jordan grew up at Camp David. So why is he disillusioned with politics?

The Bobby Lee Cook Show

Meet the seersuckersuit-wearing, hot-dog-eating, huge-fee-charging Summerville lawyer who may have inspired Matlock

A Cause to Fight For

Gayle Abramson Csehy talks about that case, and the case for which she'd rather be remembered

Straight Up and Unshaken

Richard Mithoff “just goes down to the courthouse and does it”

A Bronx Tale

Malik Cutlar’s route to the law was a paper route

The Children's Crusader

Don Keenan almost gave up on the law because he stopped caring; now he cares so much he often lives with his clients before trial

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