A graduate of the University of Georgia and Mercer Law School, Carrie Coleman began her career as a law clerk for Judges Wallace Cato and J. Kevin Chason of the South Georgia Judicial Circuit. While there, Carrie assisted on both civil and criminal matters.
In January of 2014, Carrie became a Special Victims Prosecutor in the District Attorney’s Office for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit. During her six years with the District Attorney’s Office, she prosecuted over 750 cases, and tried to verdict over 35 cases.
In June of 2019, Carrie moved into civil litigation at Drew Eckl and Farnham. Carrie began work with Gower, Wooten & Darneille in April of 2021. Carrie’s practice involves motor vehicle liability, products liability, and premises liability. Carrie handles all aspects of litigation from initial investigation through resolution. Carrie was recently named one of the Ones to Watch by Best Lawyers in Labor and Employment Law.
Carrie is a member of the Junior League of the Golden Isles. Carrie has one son. In her off time, Carrie enjoys baking, spending time at the beach with her son, and refurbishing antique furniture.