State Bar of Georgia & State Bar of Alabama
Charles Hooker, II, ESQ
Charles C. Hooker, II brings experience practicing law in many different fields with emphasis on all aspects of Personal Injury and Entertainment Law. He graduated with Honors from Morehouse College with a Bachelor of Arts in English and held a place with the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and consistently established himself on the Dean’s List. In the summer of 2007, Charles C. Hooker, II had an amazing opportunity to study International Criminal law and International Private Law abroad at the City University of London.
He received his Juris Doctorate from Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where again he retained his prestigious placement on the Dean’s List and became an active board member of the Law Center’s Moot Court. He was awarded Best Oral Advocate during Moot Court competition.
Shortly after passing the Georgia Bar Exam, Charles C. Hooker, II was offered an Associate Attorney position at one of the largest law firms in Georgia, where he worked on an array of Personal Injury and Court of Appeals cases.
All the while, Charles Hooker continued to practice Entertainment Law, assisting burgeoning and established music artists with their brand establishment and recognition, as well as smartly drafting and negotiating various types of contracts. Charles is in good standing with the State Bar of Alabama, the State Bar of Georgia and is admitted to practice in State Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and the Northern District Court of Georgia.
Clayton County Bar Association, Gate City Bar Association, The National Black Lawyers Top 100,
The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40
office manager / paralegal
Jasmine Saunders is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. She attended The University of Georgia with a dual major in International Affairs & Spanish. She plans to attend law school in the next few years. Jasmine has several years of experience assisting with personal injury cases and genuinely enjoys helping clients in their time of need.
University of Georgia