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Gracie Ham


Born in Roswell, Georgia, Gracie grew up primarily in the Athens area with her family until she attended Kennesaw State University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English in 2016.

Immediately after completing her undergraduate degree, Gracie attended Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law in Macon, Georgia. While enrolled at Mercer, she served as the Secretary of the Trial Lawyers Association, the Vice President of the Mercer Law Democrats, a Class Representative for the Student Bar Association, and competed on the ABA Client Counseling team.

During law school, Gracie worked at the Georgia Innocence Project, defending and exonerating the wrongfully convicted. She spent her last law school year working full time at the Macon Public Defender’s Office.

After graduating from Mercer Law in 2019, Gracie spent over three years working at the Chattahoochee Circuit Public Defender’s Office in Columbus, Georgia, gaining countless hours of courtroom and argument experience.

At Poydasheff & Sowers, Gracie is committed to zealously defending the rights of her clients and getting them results in both criminal and family law cases. She is a member of the Young Lawyers Division of the Columbus Bar Association.

In her free time, Gracie enjoys reading, board games, film, and spending time with her husband, Adam, and their dogs, Teddy and Peach.