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Sandler Ernst was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. When he was two months old, he was adopted by Ronnie Fishbein and her husband and brought home to Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating from Woodward Academy, he earned a B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Spanish from Georgia State University. A few years after graduating, Sandler moved to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to teach English. While he found teaching English rewarding, he realized that he wanted to return to the United States to attend law school with the goal of joining his mother’s family law practice devoted to adoption law. He was admitted to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School on full scholarship.
During his first year in law school, Sandler earned two CALI awards in Civil Procedure II and Contracts II for excellent academic performance. Additionally, Sandler was invited to join Atlanta’s John Marshall Law Journal because he ranked in the top ten percent of his class. As an associate staff member of the Law Journal, he wrote a legislative summary on Senate Bill 463: Primaries and Elections. He sought to summarize the bill because of how important the State of Georgia has become in election outcomes. Furthermore, he was chosen to lead the Law Journal as Editor-in-Chief. As the Editor-in-Chief, Sandler ensured the Law Journal’s continued success and brought awareness of its important mission to incoming students.
Sandler is excited to join Ronnie Fishbein in her practice and will be devoted to provide excellent legal services to clients.