Owen Hardy


Owen was born and raised in Atlanta and is currently an undergraduate student at The University of Georgia, where he expects to graduate in 2024 with degrees in International Affairs and Art History. He has worked for the past several years in UGA’s Department of Student Affairs as a Resident Assistant, helping to enrich the residential experience on-campus for students while working with parents and staff. It’s a lot of work to balance the demands of schoolwork and the situations that can arise at any time of day or night from work, but for Owen it has been an incredibly rewarding experience, meeting lifelong friends and helping mentor new students and staff alike. College can be a scary place, and Owen is definitely familiar with helping people as they navigate new experiences.

Owen’s interest in the legal profession came from his dad, who has worked as a lawyer for several decades. Owen has been looking for ways to gain practical experience in the world of law, and he was drawn to Butler Kahn because of their reputation for being caring, honest, and thorough in the Personal Injury cases they handle. Owen plans to attend law school after graduating, and he is certain that his time at Butler Kahn will bolster his skills and knowledge to make him a more effective lawyer in the future.

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