Chloë Coleman’s practice focuses on complex civil litigation and white collar defense matters.
Prior to joining Larson, Chloë worked as a legal fellow at Freddie Mac. As a law student, Chloë was a summer associate at law firms in Texas and Oklahoma, gaining experience through various civil litigation matters. In addition, she spent time in the Conviction Review Unit of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office and at the Georgia Resource Center, where she contributed to death penalty appeals.
While attending Emory University School of Law, Chloë served on a regional board of the Black Law Students Association and was involved with the Sports and Entertainment Law Society. As an undergraduate, she was a managing editor of the university newspaper, a broadcast journalist at the campus news station, and an intern at several major news outlets, including a stint at CNN. Outside of law, Chloë enjoys weightlifting, hiking, going to the movies, and discovering new eateries.
Higher Education Honors and Achievements
- Emory University School of Law, J.D.
- Texas Christian University, B.A.