Carly R. Fedele joined Bovis, Kyle, Burch & Medlin, LLC as an associate in the Worker's Compensation Department. Carly graduated from the University of Georgia in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. After graduation, she became a licensed residential real estate agent before obtaining her paralegal certification. After working as a real estate and civil litigation paralegal, she enrolled in law school to pursue her passion for the law. In 2009, Carly earned her J.D., magna cum laude, graduating tenth in her class, from Georgia State University College of Law in 2009.
While in law school, Carly served as an editorial Board Member of the Georgia State College of Law Review and worked as a graduate research assistant for an internationally recognized lawyer, historian, and professor who served as a senior adviser to the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues to provide his expertise in the field of Bioethics and the Law. As his research assistant, Carly assisted with editorial work and research to assist with the publication of Professor Lombardo's book: Three Generations, No Imbeciles: Eugenics, the Supreme Court, Buck v. Bell (2008), which detailed the legal history of the American eugenics movement from the perspective of the Supreme Court Case, Buck v. Bell. Carly remains interested in bioethics and the law and the intersection of medicine and the law is her favorite aspect of practicing workers' compensation law.
Carly is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and of the Workers' Compensation section. Outside of work, Carly is devoted to her young son, her large family, and enjoys reading, studying history, and writing.
- Dale C. Hetzler & Carly Record, Healthcare Conflict Management: An Obligation of the Board, 29 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Poly 401. (2008).
- Carly Record, Georgia State University Law Review, PROFESSIONS AND BUSINESSES Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission: Amend Articles 1 and 2 of Chapter 4B of Title 43 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, Relating to Professions and Businesses, so as to Substantially and Comprehensively Revise Provisions Relating to the Licensure and Regulation of Boxing, Wrestling, and Martial Arts; Change Provisions Relating to Unarmed Combat; Provide for Civil Regulation and Civil Penalties; Provide for the State Regulatory Body and its Officers, Agents, and Operations; Provide for Certain Taxes and Reporting; Repeal Provisions Regulating Martial Arts and Wrestling; Provide for other Matters Related to the Foregoing; Repeal Conflicting Laws; and for Other Purposes, 25 Ga. St. U.L. Rev. (2012).