Member Profile - Jake Evans
University of Georgia School of Law
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Jake Evans is an Atlanta attorney and member of Holland & Knight's Public Policy & Regulation and Litigation and Dispute Resolution Groups. Mr. Evans represents individuals and companies in matters involving complex litigation; government and regulatory services at the local, state and national level; and general business law advice and counsel. Jake was appointed to and serves on the Georgia Indigent Representation Task Force. This task force is chiefly aimed at increasing funding for indigent representation in civil cases in Georgia. Jake also serves as the Director of Law School Relations for the RNLA's Georgia Chapter. Prior to joining the Firm, Jake attended the University of Georgia, where he obtained a degree in Political Science and graduated with summa cum laude honors. While in college, Jake participated in many distinguished internships, including the Governor's Internship Program, an internship at the Office of Senator Saxby Chambliss, and an internship at Gingrich Communications. Thereafter, Jake attended the University of Georgia School of Law, graduating with cum laude honors.
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