National Bar Association
CK Hoffler is a seasoned trial lawyer and the CEO of the CK Hoffler Firm, a trilingual law firm (English, French and Spanish) based in Atlanta Georgia. She specializes in commercial litigation, opioid litigation, catastrophic injury, civil rights, global commercial transactions, medical negligence, wrongful death, and employment cases. Ms. Hoffler is licensed in Georgia, Florida, Virginia, D.C., and Pennsylvania. To date, CK Hoffler (and her teams) has tried and/or settled cases totaling over $800 million. An accomplished attorney, Ms. Hoffler was previously a partner at Edmond, Lindsay & Hoffler, LLP and a partner at the Willie Gary Firm in Florida, where she ran the commercial and international litigation practice for 13 years. She is also counsel to civil rights icon The Reverend Jesse Jackson and has represented him and the Rainbow Push and Wall Street Project for the past 30 years. Ms. Hoffler also lectures extensively on trial and best-practices strategies to legal professionals and young lawyers across the nation. On July 29, 2020, Ms. Hoffler was sworn in as President of the National Bar Association.
Ms. Hoffler received a JD from Georgetown University, BA from Smith College and studied at College du Leman, University of Geneva in Switzerland and Branksome Hall in Canada. She speaks French fluently and is proficient in Spanish and Portuguese. She holds a number of honors and awards for her achievements in law and is active in her community.
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