MEET ATTORNEY MCCLURE
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Fallon McClure is ready to take your case head on. Inside the courtroom or over a cup of tea, Fallon McClure is your trusted source of legal advice and professional representation.
Fallon's educational and career paths reflect her personal commitment of making a difference in her community. During her undergraduate study at Georgia State University, she worked full time as an Emergency Communications Officer in Cobb County Georgia. Working in that high stress environment prepared her to take on any challenges that arise. Additionally, while at Georgia State, she interned at the Cobb County Juvenile Court through the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program.
While in law school, she interned at two firms that had multiple practice areas including family and criminal law. At the Boddie Law Firm, she wrote weekly legal blogs and legal tidbits that advised people of rights they were entitled to and sources of aid. For the Knights Law Group, she observed client interviews, compiled legal research and wrote about civil rights violations.
During her final year of law school, she interned with the Cobb County District Attorney’s office in first the appellate division, and then the crimes against women and children division. In the appellate division I worked on several appeals and handled motions including a motions for new trial. During her time in the crimes against women and children division she completed research, assisted in rape, abuse and child molestation trials and handled probation revocations for sex offenders. Upon graduation from law schools she interned with the Cobb County Solicitor’s office where handled arraignments, traffic court, and other misdemeanors.
After law school she took a position at the ACLU of Georgia as the Policy Advocate. At the Georgia Affiliate she managed advocacy projects and trainings related to civil rights across the state. Additionally, she developed Freedom Schools which was the volunteer training and mobilization program for the affiliate. In addition to the advocacy work, she researched and collected data and complete research for the Smart Justice Campaign which has the goal of reducing mass incarceration by 50% and reducing racial disparities in incarceration.
After working on policy related criminal justice reform for a few years Fallon has moved toward representing clients impacted by the system.