Lauren R. Lutton

Adjunct Professor of Law

B.S., J.D., University of Georgia
M.Ed., Lipscomb University

Courses: 

Undergraduate Mock Trial

Biographical Information: 

Lauren R. Lutton graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law, where she excelled in the school’s advocacy program and was member of the Georgia Law Review. She was selected for the school’s Lumpkin Inn of Court and the National Order of Barristers as well as received the school’s outstanding mock trial advocate award. Lutton was a member of the school’s 2017 and 2018 national championship teams in the South Texas Mock Trial Challenge, where she was individually recognized for her advocacy skills in 2018.

She presently practices law as an associate at Jones Day in Atlanta. Prior to attending law school, she was a Teach for America school teacher in Nashville, Tennessee.

In addition to earning her law degree from UGA, she also obtained her bachelor’s cum laude in 2013. While studying she participated in the university’s Undergraduate Mock Trial Program in which she served as president and was named a two time All-National Attorney, received 18 individual attorney awards and placed third in the nation at the 2012 National Mock Trial Championship Tournament.

Lutton’s master’s degree in education was obtained from Lipscomb University in 2014. While earning her degree, she served as the undergraduate mock trial coach at Vanderbilt University.