Mr. Alexander Gray Hait (“Alex”) graduated from Georgia Tech in 1989 and went straight into Law School at New England School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts. Alex was admitted to the Georgia Bar in May of 1992 before he finished law school. In October of 1992, Alex was admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey. Following graduation, Alex practiced law for a year in New Jersey and New York with Horowitz & Horowitz. His initial exposure to law was Personal Injury and General Civil Litigation. Alex handled several jury trials right out of the gate. In 1993, Alex returned to Atlanta and worked with Clark & Washington, PC. Although Alex continued litigating personal injury claims and settling cases, his area of expertise expanded to consumer bankruptcy.
In 1997, Rogers & Cates PC approached Alex with an offer he could not refuse. They needed an attorney to run their personal injury department. Alex took the position, expanded the personal injury department by leaps and bounds and assisted Rogers & Cates in opening a new office in Woodstock, Georgia. Alex continued expanding his knowledge of personal injury and consumer bankruptcy. Eventually, he took on learning the ropes of family law matters such as domestic violence, divorce, child custody and child support. In January of 2000, Alex parted ways with Rogers & Cates and hung out his own shingle. The Law Offices of Alexander Gray Hait started in the basement of his East Cobb home and it flourished immediately. Shortly thereafter, Alex opened an official office at 102 Springfield Center Drive in Woodstock, Georgia, but he and one paralegal outgrew the space quickly. The firm moved to 185 Stockwood Dr, Suite 100, Woodstock, Georgia and boasts 7,500 square feet of space. Alex added more attorneys and staff to meet the growing demands.
Alex is a member in good standing of the Georgia, New York and New Jersey Bars; a member of the Federal District of Northern Georgia; a member of the Cobb, Atlanta, and Cherokee Bar Associations; and a member of the Family Law, Personal Injury and Bankruptcy Divisions of the Georgia Bar. In his spare time, Hait shows his support to the community financially and with participation. Hait sponsors the Nader Parman Run to raise money to prevent children’s death in children’s athletics and the Avon Walk for breast cancer awareness. He also judges mock trial competitions, and coaches various athletic teams. If you have any questions please email Alex: email@example.com.
Elizabeth Jasmyne Kuhn (“Lizz”) began practicing law in 2005. Prior to joining the firm, she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from West Liberty State College in West Liberty, West Virginia. She moved from West Virginia to Connecticut where she taught middle school chorus in Stratford. After two years of teaching her award winning chamber choir, Lizz attended New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts.
After completing her Honors Judicial Internship in the Family and Probate Court of Massachusetts, Lizz graduated magna cum laude in the top 3% of her class and was decorated with several honors. She received the West’s Academic Excellence Award and was nominated by her peers as the most likely to succeed in the practice of law. While serving as the Business Managing Editor of the New England Law Review, she was most noted for her cutting edge symposium: From Stem Cell Research to Human Cloning: Where Do We Draw the Line?
After passing the Georgia Bar in 2005, Lizz joined Alex in the Woodstock office and became an equity partner in 2009. The firm continued to grow and in 2010 she assisted with the opening of the Alpharetta office at 11545 Parkwoods Cir., Suite C, Alpharetta.
Lizz is a member in good standing of the Georgia Bar, Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Georgia and a member in good standing of the Federal District of Northern Georgia. Lizz is also a member of the Cobb County Bar, Blue Ridge Bar Association, Atlanta Bar Association, Family Division of the State Bar, and the Women’s Bar of Georgia.
Lizz has litigated hundreds of cases in Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding, Bartow, Forsyth, Gwinnett and Fulton Counties. In addition, she has several appearances before the Appellate Courts: Hendry v. Hendry, 734 S.E.2d 46 (2012); Edge v. Edge, 722 S.E.2d 749, (2012); Avren v. Garten, 710 S.E.2d 130 (2011); Klardie v. Klardie, 697 S.E.2d 207 (2010); Murillo v. Murillo, 684 S.E.2d 126 (2009); and Page v. Ballard, 642 S.E.2d 14 (2007).
Arguments for Avren v. Garten in front of the Georgia Supreme Court
In her spare time, Lizz judges high school mock trial competitions and is actively involved in the North Metro Atlanta legal community.
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Irena Chernova joined Hait & Kuhn in 2014 shortly after graduating Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School with high honors. In addition to graduating magna cum laude in the top 3% of her class, Irena earned the Ryan E. Merritt Scholarship, a prestigious award given to the top 15 scholars. During her time in law school, Irena was Executive Articles Editor of the John Marshall Law Review and actively competed in Moot Court, which led to multiple “Best Brief” awards. Her local civil and criminal internships at the DeKalb County Solicitor General’s Special Victim’s Unit launched her litigation career.
Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Irena is fluent in Russian and she also speaks conversational French. Her family migrated to the United States when she was six years young. Eventually her parents landed careers as scientists at Emory University and The Georgia Institute of Technology and the family permanently moved to the Atlanta Area. Irena graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Affairs from the University of Georgia. While at UGA, she worked for the Red and Black, a local student-run newspaper and the Athens Banner Herald.
In her spare time, Irena enjoys coaching the John Marshall Moot Court while serving on the Alumni Board, playing the violin, running, and spending time with her dogs. Irena can be directly reached via email at email@example.com.
Ashley Rogers joined Hait & Kuhn in 2016 shortly after graduating from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School with honors. In addition to graduating cum laude in the top 15% of her class, Ashley earned the Ryan E. Merritt Scholarship, a prestigious award given to the top 15 scholars. During her time in law school, Ashley was Executive Notes & Comments Editor of the John Marshall Law Review and Secretary of the Criminal Law Society. Ashley gained experience in criminal law by practicing as a Special Assistant Prosecutor pursuant to the Third Year Practice Act in Douglas County District Attorney’s Office and as a Special Assistant Prosecutor in Cobb County District Attorney’s Office pursuant to the Graduate Practice Act. Ashley has a passion for the law and most notably, a passion for helping others during their time of need.
Ashley is a Georgia native. She graduated from the University of West Georgia with a Bachelor of Art’s Degree in Philosophy. Since her time at Hait & Kuhn, Ashley has gained experience in felony and misdemeanor criminal cases, appellate work, general civil practice, juvenile dependency, and extensive work in divorce, custody, and child support cases.
In her spare time, Ashley volunteers as the Academic Advisor to the Kappa Alpha Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta. She also enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and their dogs.
Ashley is a member in good standing of the Georgia Bar, Supreme Court of Georgia, and Federal District of Northern Georgia. Ashley is also a member of the Cobb County Bar Association and the Blue Ridge Bar Association. Ashley practices primarily in Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding, Douglas, Bartow, Forsyth, Gwinnett, and Fulton County. Ashley can be directly reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.