Attorney Karen Gregory-Hines ~ Making a Difference is Her Mission

 

When Karen Gregory Hines was only nine-years-old, she realized that helping people in need was one of her greatest assets. She came to the conclusion that law was the perfect choice, since talking was a passion and she loved to be right.

Once she started practicing law, Attorney Hines soon realized she could generate enough clients to sustain a practice and opened up her own law firm, Karen G. Hines & Associates.

For Attorney Hines, her early decision turned out to be the right choice. After graduating from Spelman College and John Marshall Law School, Attorney Hines found her calling and never looked back. She loves her profession, feels compassionate about her clients’ situations, and goes beyond just being their attorney to make a difference in their lives.

“Whether it’s making a change in their personal lives, being another set of eyes to help them make good judgmental decisions, or preventing them from going in the same direction that has possibly caused them to need my services, I offer my assistance.” she explains.

Not only does Attorney Hines successfully juggle a successful law practice, a husband and four children, she also finds time for volunteer work, partnering with the founder of Mirror Image, a mentoring program for young girls and boys. She currently focuses her efforts on young ladies in elementary and middle school.

She firmly believes that people reap what they sow. “I realize the more I give, the more I receive, whether it’s my time, effort, money, or insight,” Karen observes.

Her goal for the future is a lofty one … to keep giving back and help others to take what’s already inside them and nurture it to find their own purpose in life.

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