Christopher Hall is a partner practicing in the area of family law, including
adoptions, divorces and child custody issues, bankruptcy, estate planning,
immigration, worker’s compensation, personal injury, wrongful death, military law
and residential and commercial real estate.

Chris is a graduate of Valdosta State  University, where he also served as an
Adjunct Professor. He received his J.D. from Mercer University’s
Walter F. George School of Law in 2002 and graduated from the Judge
Advocate General’s course for the U.S. Army in 2004.
Chris was admitted to the Bar of Georgia in 2002 and is a member
of the Valdosta Bar Association, American Bar Association and the
State Bar of Georgia.

From May of 2000 to August of 2004, Chris worked as a Judicial Law
Clerk for the Superior Court of Georgia in the Southern Judicial Circuit.
He worked directly for the Chief Judge of the Southern Judicial Circuit and
for all the Superior Court Judges in Lowndes , Colquitt, Brooks, Thomas
and Echols Counties. Since leaving the Superior Court, Chris has worked
in private practice.

Chris has also served in the U.S. Military for more than twelve years and is
currently serving in the U.S. Army Reserves in the Judge Advocate General’s
Corps as a Judge Advocate. He has been deployed twice with the U.S. Army
since September 11, 2001 and returned from active duty to private
practice on October 1, 2008.