Emory G. Stroberg and Roland H. Stroberg are professional and experienced trial attorneys dedicated to effective legal representation.   Together we have over 55 years of combined experiences practicing in Georgia courts.  We are dedicated to serving the best interests of our clients and to take the necessary time to best represent each client.

Emory G. Stroberg

Education: University of Georgia, B.B.A., magna cum laude, 2005, Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law. J.D., 2008

Emory G. Stroberg has practiced law since 2008. After graduating from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University, Emory worked for the Brunswick Circuit Defender’s Office as an Assistant Public Defender where he had the opportunity to defend individuals accused of crimes ranging from Murder to Driving Under the Influence (DUI). Emory expanded his trial experiences in Forsyth County, Georgia, first serving as an Assistant Solicitor General and then as an Assistant District Attorney in the Bell-Forsyth Judicial Circuit. Emory has defended and prosecuted all types of cases, which has given him the experience needed to successfully transition into his own practice.

Emory is admitted to practice in all Georgia State Courts and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Forsyth County Bar Association, and the Gainesville/Northeastern Bar Association.

Emory was born in Gainesville, Georgia and attended Gainesville High School. He is a member of the Gainesville First Baptist Church and is on the Board of Directors for Family Promise of Hall County, where he currently serves as Secretary. Emory is also an Eagle Scout from Troop 16 of Hall County.

Roland H. Stroberg, Of Counsel

Education: Mercer University, B.A., 1969, Mercer University’s Walter F. Georgia School of Law, J.D., 1971

Roland H. Stroberg has been engaged in the practice of law since 1971. In 1973, Roland became the Assistant District Attorney for the Northeastern Judicial Circuit which at that time consisted of Dawson, Hall, Lumpkin and White Counties. He remained a prosecuting attorney through 1979 and during his tenure prosecuted felony cases of all varieties. Since leaving the District Attorney’s office in 1979, his practice of law has been focused on the handling of personal injury and domestic matters as well as the defense of criminal cases.

Roland is admitted to practice in all Georgia State Courts and U.S. Federal Courts and is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Chattahoochee Inn of Court and the Gainesville/Northeastern Bar Association where he served as President during 2009-2010. Roland is a member of the First United Methodist Church.