Sophia Karnegis is an associate concentrating in serious personal injury, wrongful death, and civil rights violations.
Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Sophia attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, where she earned her undergraduate degree in Public Relations with a minor in Classical Studies. She later moved to Georgia in pursuit of her legal career. With a strong communications background, Sophia sought to apply her research and writing skills as she navigated her path to becoming a practitioner.
Sophia graduated with Honors from Emory University School of Law, where she served on the Emory International Law Review (Vol. 34) as Executive Special Content Editor. She also served as Executive Editor for the Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Program, where she was responsible for editing amicus briefs submitted by the organization. In addition to her extracurricular involvement, Sophia worked as a Teaching Assistant for an Advanced Legal Writing course, where she guided other law students in their approach to persuasive legal writing. With regard to experiential learning, Sophia worked as an extern at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). She spent her summers interning for the Fulton County Public Defender’s Office and the Fulton County Attorney’s Office, rounding out her legal education.
Sophia was admitted to practice law in the State of Georgia in December of 2020.
Emory University School of Law
University of Florida
B.A., Public Relations
Bar & Court Admittance
Georgia: all state trial courts