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Kirby Clements , Jr.

Kirby Clements, Jr., is our senior trial attorney. He is admitted to practice in Georgia, New York and the District of Columbia.  He is a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates. 

Kirby is a graduate of Emory University School of Law (’90).  He obtained his undergraduate degree from Oral Roberts University (’87).  While at Emory he was a member of the Mock Trial Special Teams.  He was an officer in BLSA, and he competed in the Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition.  At Oral Roberts he was a member of the Men’s Division I track and field team.  He was a shot putter and discus thrower.  He was also a trumpet player in the concert band.  Kirby is an Atlanta native and attended Woodward Academy in College Park, GA.

Professionally, Kirby started his legal career as a prosecutor. He worked with the City of Atlanta Solicitor’s Office followed by the Dekalb County Solicitor’s Office where he was Senior Trial Attorney. He went to the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office where he was a Senior Trial Attorney and also an appellate Attorney. As a prosecutor, he had an outstanding record on appeals and has several reported cases.

Kirby left Georgia and went to the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York.  While there he rose rapidly through the ranks.  He was promoted to Counsel to the Sex Crimes and Special Victim’s Unit and later was the First Deputy Bureau Chief of the School Advocacy Bureau handling general and white collar crimes having a connection to school activities.  While in Brooklyn, Kirby taught trial techniques in-house as well as supervised interns.  It was in Brooklyn that Kirby first began his appearances on television frequently appearing on Court TV. Kirby returned to Georgia in 2002 and formed the Law Offices Of Kirby Clements, Jr., which was subsequently renamed The Clements Law Group, LLC. once Gina Clements Boyd joined the firm as a partner.  He handles all trial and appellate work for the firm.

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