Georgia H. Malik joined the Cranfill Sumner LLP team after graduating Valedictorian from North Carolina Central University School of Law. As an associate attorney in the Raleigh office, Georgia works primarily in the civil litigation section. Georgia defends clients in a variety of civil litigation matters including cases involving personal injury, premises liability, motor vehicle accidents, professional liability and business disputes.
Georgia defends retailers, restaurants and business owners in premises liability matters and business disputes. Georgia also has experience defending private employers in mass tort litigation and product liability.
While attending NCCU, Georgia interned with Chief Justice Cheri Beasley at the North Carolina Supreme Court and served as Executive Editor of the North Carolina Central Law Review. In 2018, Georgia was a recipient of the Wake County Bar Association Foundation’s Memorial Scholarship.
Prior to law school, Georgia attended North Carolina State University where she graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. In her spare time, Georgia enjoys traveling and trying new foods.
Georgia presents webinars focused on providing continuing education opportunities for insurance adjusters. Her most recent presentations include:
- 2022 – “Litigating Dog Bites – Assessing Claims, Gathering Evidence and Best Practices for Resolution Confirmation”
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