l. Chris StewartTM
Mr. Billion DollarTM
L. Chris Stewart™ is the Managing Partner of Stewart Miller Simmons Trial Attorneys, a serious injury and wrongful death law firm.
Chris is also recognized worldwide as one of the top civil rights lawyers of his generation. He has represented some of the most famous civil rights cases of this century including Walter Scott,Alton Sterling, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, and Rayshard Brooks.
Chris has been featured in international media including CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS, The New York Times, Fox News, Good Morning America, The Today Show, and Forbes, and is a contributor to various media outlets. Chris is extremely active in the Atlanta community and is also a board member of the historic Southern Center for Human Rights, and Georgia Appleseed. He is a double HBCU alumnus, graduating from Xavier University (LA)with honors in English, Tulane University with a Master’s of Science in Public Health, and Howard University School of Law. Chris embodies his favorite motto “Failure will never overtake me if my determination to succeed is strong enough.”
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Howard University of Law
Chris formerly worked for the law firm of Morgan & Morgan where at the age of 29 he made partner.
While at Morgan & Morgan, Chris represented over 2500 clients and has the Atlanta offices largest jury verdict.
Chris has litigated cases in over twenty-five counties in Georgia and has taken over 1500 depositions.
2011-2023 Super Lawyer
Attorney Stewart is one of the most decorated lawyers in the country.
- Georgia Legislative Black Caucus Chairman’s Award
- National Bar Association’s Wiley Branton Award for Leadership
- Nation’s Best Advocates: 40 Lawyers under 40 Finalist
- Julia Humbles’ Civil Rights Award
- Outstanding Citizen Award for the State of Georgia
- Georgia Senate Outstanding Public Service Proclamation
- Pinnacle Leadership Award
- Recipient of the R.E. Thomas Civil Rights Award
- Esquire Award
- Atlanta Business Chronicle’s list of Who’s Who in Law
Nationally Recognized Law Firm
Known as “Mr. Billion-Dollar Justice” for having won the first billion-dollar jury verdict in U.S. history for a rape victim.
Represented some of the nation’s highest profile civil rights death cases, including George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Walter Scott.
Georgia State Bar Active Member in Good Standing
Founder of “If You Can See It, You Can Be It,” – which focuses on motivating
innercity elementary children to become lawyers.
Board Member of the Southern Center for Human Rights
Member of the Atlanta Bar Association
Judicial Selection and Tenure Committee
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