Master of the mock trial

In eighteen years of coaching Grady High School's Mock Trial Team, ex-pilot steers students to major string of victories

, Daily Report


Making and winning a case is challenging enough for a professional litigator. Add a math test, an English paper, peer pressure and prom to the mix and it becomes much more complicated. Carl A. Gebo, a partner at Gordon & Rees in Atlanta, has dealt with the distractible minds of teens with remarkable success during the past 18 years as coach of the Henry W. Grady High School Mock Trial Team, the state champion four years running and the No. 2 team in the nation in 2012.

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