Marlon Rhine is the founder of The Rhine Law Firm. Prior to starting The Rhine Law Firm, he worked for a large insurance defense firm in Atlanta where he learned the skills employers and insurance companies utilize to settle claims.
Mr. Rhine received his Juris Doctor from West Virginia University College of Law. While at WVU, he was a member of the West Virginia Moot Court Board and competed in the UCLA Cyber Crimes Moot Court Competition in Los Angeles, CA. He also received the CALI Award for achieving the highest grade in Copyright Law and was the founding member of WVU’s Music and Art Law Society. Additionally, Mr. Rhine received distinction for his pro bono work as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Rhine graduated from Emory University with a double major in Political Science and Philosophy. At Oxford College of Emory University, he was recognized with the Virgil Y.C. Eady Memorial Service Award for “dedicated, substantive, honorable service without expectation of reward, recognition, or personal gain.” In addition, Mr. Rhine studied European Political Economy at Sciences Po in Paris, France. From college, Mr. Rhine took time to hone his talents as a professional musician and toured throughout the United States.
Presently, Mr. Rhine works to protect the rights of those injured due to the negligence of others. He also works with businesses, artists, musicians, filmmakers, and others towards achieving their artistic and creative goals.
Mr. Rhine may be reached by phone at (404) 410-0037 ext. 1 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
J.D. West Virginia University College of Law, 2014
B.A. Emory University, 2008
Recent Speaking Engagements
-“Drafting Contracts for Small to Medium Sized Businesses,” Emory University School of Law (October 19, 2017).
-“Entertainment Law for Entertainers” New Vision Community Radio WXNV 105.1 (Airdate October 17, 2017)
– “Business Contract Drafting and Negotiation,” Emory University School of Law (Mar. 14, 2017).
– “Building an Entertainment Law Practice,” Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (Nov. 14, 2016).
– “Small Business Law and Licensing 101,” Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC) for The Masters of Design (Nov. 11, 2016).
– “Contracts as a Solo Practitioner,” Emory University School of Law (Nov. 8, 2016).
– “Entertainment Contracts for Indie Filmmakers,” a day long seminar at the Savannah College of Art and Design – Atlanta (May 7, 2016).
– “Entertainment Law,” Atlanta Legal Experts (Mar. 29, 2016).