Representing Habersham CountyQuentin Carr is currently employed by The Law Offices of Carr & Kiker, a law firm based in Habersham and White Counties. Quentin earned a B.A. degree in Biology from the University of Texas at Austin in 2001 and J.D. degree from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in Dallas, Texas in 2006. Quentin has been practicing law since 2006 and maintains his current real estate, general business, bankruptcy, and estate planning practice with the Law Offices of Carr & Kiker. Quentin is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Real Estate Section of the Young Lawyer's Division and Bankruptcy Section of the State Bar. Quentin is admitted to practice law in the Supreme Court of Georgia, Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia, United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia, United States District Court, Middle District of Georgia and all Georgia state Courts.
Quentin's community involvement has included a position as Participant for 2007-2008 and Coordinator for 2008-2009 with regard to Leadership Habersham, a developmental program sponsored by the Habersham County Chamber of Commerce; service on the Board of Circle of Hope since 2007, and as Chair for 2009-2010 and 2010-2011, a non-profit shelter supporting victims of domestic violence primarily in Habersham, White, and Stephens County; service on the Board of Avita since 2007, and as Chair for 2010-2011 and 2011-2012, a position of appointment by the Habersham County Commissioners representing Habersham County, one of the 13 Counties serviced by Avita which helps individuals dealing with mental illness, developmental disabilities and addictive diseases; and membership and service for the Clarkesville, GA charter of Kiwanis, and as 1st VP in 2009-2010 and President for 2010-2011.
Quentin's community involvement includes membership in Leadership Habersham, a developmental program sponsored by the Habersham County Chamber of Commerce and service on the Board of "Circle of Hope", a non-profit shelter supporting victims of domestic violence primarily in Habersham, White and Stephens County.
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