Charles Hicks is an associate in HunterMaclean’s Savannah office, where he focuses his practice on real estate law.

Charles graduated from the University of Georgia (UGA) in 2013 with bachelor’s degrees in Public Affairs Journalism and Anthropology. He worked for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and later Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Chamber in New York before returning to UGA in 2017 to earn his J.D. During law school, Charles served as executive editor of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law, chief investigator of the Honor Court, and vice president of the Tax Law Society. He completed an internship with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and participated in HunterMaclean’s 2019 summer associate program. Charles actively promoted diversity at UGA by serving as president of OUTLaw and helping establish the first endowed LGBTQ scholarship at a public university in Georgia. He graduated from law school in 2020 and spent several months working at the research desk of House Majority PAC in Washington, D.C., before joining HunterMaclean in January 2021.

Charles grew up in Pembroke, Georgia, and is an alumnus of Savannah Arts Academy.