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Michael Clark, Jarrod Oxendine and Trey Sauls formed Clark, Oxendine & Sauls in 2014 as a full-service 
law firm handling complex high-stakes litigation cases.

  In 2009, Jarrod Oxendine and Trey Sauls formed Oxendine & Sauls to combine their unique skills, backgrounds and experience. In 2014, former trial judge Michael Clark joined the team and the firm name was changed to Clark, Oxendine & Sauls. This unique partnership broadens the range of dependable and effective representation that the lawyers offer to families and individuals in need of legal services.

Our Attorneys
Michael C. Clark
michael clark
  After an accomplished 21 year career as a trial judge Michael C. Clark has returned to the private sector. Before being elected to the bench in 1992 he was already a successful trial lawyer. He now brings the unprecedented experienced obtained by presiding over 30,000 cases as a judge to his practice.

Michael now stands ready to work tirelessly for his clients to achieve justice. There are many rewards in a law practice but none is greater than the opportunity to make a significant difference in a client's life. He handles a variety of legal matters including personal injury, wrongful death, civil rights, and criminal defense cases.

Michael has three degrees from the University of Georgia and he has completed extensive graduate level work in law. His combination of experience and education is unmatched in the legal community. If you are seeking justice then Michael is the lawyer you wish to champion your cause.
State Bar of Georgia, 1980
Georgia Court of Appeals, 1981
Supreme Court of Georgia, 1981
U.S. Tax Court, 1981
U.S. District Court - Northern District of Georgia, 1981
U.S. Court of Appeals - 5th Circuit, 1981
U.S. Court of Appeals - 11th Circuit, 1981
J.D., University of Georgia, 1980
B.S., Psychology, University of Georgia, 1976
B.A., Religion, University of Georgia, 2003
State Bar of Georgia
American Bar Association
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Gwinnett County Bar Association
Jarrod H.
jarrod oxendine
  Jarrod grew up in Duluth, GA, and attended college and law school in Macon. Jarrod is dedicated to remaining in the area to provide professional legal services to the residents in and around his hometown.

Jarrod has worked hard to earn the trust and respect of judges, fellow lawyers and clients.

Jarrod has served as lead counsel in hundreds of cases involving general civil litigation and family law and enjoys both being in the courtroom and providing a high level of professionalism and quality legal services to clients in their time of need.
Georgia, 2005
Georgia Court of Appeals
Supreme Court of Georgia
U.S. District Court - Northern District of Georgia
J.D., Mercer University School of Law, 2005
B.A., Mercer University, 2002
State Bar of Georgia
Gwinnett County Bar Association
Ulice “Trey” Sauls, III
trey sauls
  With a bachelor’s degree in justice studies, being a former deputy with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Department and a probation officer with the Georgia Department of Corrections, Trey brings a unique perspective and understanding of law enforcement. This gives Trey an advantage in criminal court.

Upon earning his law degree, Trey received a Litigation Achievement Award and then served as law clerk for Fulton County Superior Court Judge M. Gino Brogdon. Trey joined the Atlanta firm King & Spalding, where he managed projects for Fortune 500 companies. As an associate with the Siemon Law Firm in Forsyth County, Trey developed his expertise in family law. A skilled mediator and litigator, Trey is comfortable at the negotiating table and in a courtroom.
Georgia, 2006
U.S. District Court - Northern District of Georgia
J.D., Thomas M. Cooley Law School, 2004
B.S., Georgia Southern University, 1999
State Bar of Georgia
Atlanta Bar Association
American Bar Association
American Trial Lawyers Association
Christine Marie Palmer
christine marie palmer
  Christine was born and raised in Gadsden, AL. She began working at her first law firm at the age of 15, where she continued working through high school and during college breaks.

Christine graduated with a degree in communications and a minor in criminal justice from the University of Alabama. Christine attended law school at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville, FL. While working toward her law degree, Christine participated in the Juvenile Law Clinic, assisting indigent clients.

Christine’s first position was as in-house counsel for a real estate investment company, handling real estate litigation and landlord-tenant cases. She then moved to a boutique midtown Atlanta law firm specializing in employment issues, where she acted as the firm’s managing attorney, overseeing operations, case management and client relations.

Christine joined Clark, Oxendine & Sauls in 2012. Her experience and passion further broadens the firm's range of representation.
Georgia, 2008
J.D., Florida Coastal School of Law, 2008
B.A., magna cum laude, University of Alabama, 2005
State Bar of Georgia
What Makes Us Different?

Clark, Oxendine & Sauls provides offers over 50 years of combined courtroom and litigation experience and all the knowledge and capabilities of large expensive law firms. We tackle even the most challenging cases.
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