A. Kamau Hull
Mechanical Engineering, B.S., Virginia Military Institute
English, minor, Virginia Military Institute
Mathematics, minor, Virginia Military Institute
Juris Doctor, Atlanta John Marshall's School of Law
Memberships & Appointments
Associate Juvenile Court Judge, Western Judicial Circuit
MLK Day Steering Committee, Chair
Chess and Community Board Member
Conflict Resolution Advisory Committee, Brenau University
Recognition & Awards
Law Journal, Published member of the Atlanta John Marshall's School of Law
About Attorney Hull
Judge Kamau Hull has a wide range of experience representing and litigating on behalf of families in education, probate, juvenile delinquency, and child abuse and neglect cases. Mr. Hull graduated from the Virginia Military Institute with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and minors in English and Mathematics. Mr. Hull received his law degree from Atlanta John Marshall's school of Law where is also served of the law journal.
Prior to opening The Hull Firm LLC in 2014, Mr. Hull garnered a broad range of child and family advocacy experience while clerking for the University of Georgia’s Fanning Institute of Government and working in John Marshall's Office of Pro Bono Outreach and Externships under Fulton County Judge, Renata Turner.
Due to his extensive experience in child welfare, Mr. Hull was appointed as the first Black Juvenile Court Judge in the Western Judicial Circuit in 2020. In addition to serving his community through the judiciary, Mr. Hull is the Chair of the MLK Day Steering Committee and a board member of the Chess and Community Conference Mentoring Program.