Sharon R. Opila
Sharon R. Opila is an accomplished associate attorney at our firm, specializing in general liability cases. With a wealth of experience and a strong track record of success, Sharon brings a unique perspective and expertise to every case she handles.
Sharon’s legal journey began in October 2011 when she embarked on her career as a prosecutor. For the entirety of her tenure, she served at the Fulton County District Attorney’s office. During this period, Sharon gained invaluable experience prosecuting felony drug and theft cases from 2012 through 2015. Following that, she transitioned into the role of a juvenile court prosecutor, handling cases from 2015 through 2023. This diverse experience has provided her with a deep understanding of criminal law, courtroom procedures, and the intricacies of the legal system.
With an impressive record of jury trial experience as both first and second chair, Sharon has honed her litigation skills to deliver persuasive arguments and achieve favorable outcomes for her clients. She has participated in ten jury trials and nearly forty bench trials, showcasing her ability to navigate the complexities of the courtroom and effectively advocate for her clients’ interests.
Notable among Sharon’s accomplishments are the awards she has received throughout her career. In 2016, she was honored with the prestigious title of Juvenile Attorney of the Year, recognizing her outstanding dedication and excellence in handling juvenile cases. In 2013, Sharon was recognized as the Non-Complex Attorney of the Year for her exemplary work in managing and resolving cases efficiently. Furthermore, during her time in law school, she received the Award for Outstanding Achievement in Administrative Law, highlighting her academic prowess and commitment to excellence.
With her extensive trial experience, notable achievements, and unwavering dedication to her clients, Sharon R. Opila is an associate attorney who consistently demonstrates a deep passion for the law and a commitment to achieving justice.