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Caroline Nunnally


Caroline attended Auburn University where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and minor in Philanthropic and Nonprofit Studies. Caroline always knew she wanted a career helping people, and her time working with nonprofits inspired her to pursue a career assisting others through the overwhelming legal system.

Caroline attended SMU Dedman School of Law and graduated with honors. While In law school, Caroline worked in the Judge Elmo B. Hunter Legal Center for Victims of Crimes Against Women representing survivors of human trafficking to obtain post-conviction relief. She also served as a legal extern for Mosaic Family Services and as a Judicial Intern for the Fifth District Texas Court of Appeals. She has done extensive research in the areas of domestic violence and human trafficking.

Prior to joining Mohr Law Group, Caroline practiced civil litigation. Her prior civil litigation experience allows her to zealously represent her clients through a strong understanding of civil procedure.

Caroline loves to stay on the go during her spare time- traveling, spending time outside with her husband and German Shepherd, or trying out the newest fitness class. She and her husband love living in Uptown Dallas.