Marissa Fish received her Bachelor of Arts in both German and Political Science at the College of Charleston. After completing her undergraduate studies, she went on to earn her Master’s in Criminal Justice at Charleston Southern University. Immediately after, she went on to pursue her Juris Doctor at the University of Massachusetts School of Law- Dartmouth, graduating Magna Cum Laude.
It was a proud moment for me when I achieve excellent results for my clients and make sure my clients receive the compensation they deserve. Getting a recovery for a client that was larger than expected was one of the most unexpected accomplishments.
I strive to live my life by a quote that I heard a long time ago: “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard” – Unknown. Never underestimate the power of hard work. And the results you can achieve both personally and professionally.
I take pride in getting great outcomes for my clients. My goal is to continue helping my clients receive the compensation they deserve.
I grew up in a military family and married right back into the military. While growing up in a military family provided many opportunities for travel, it also instilled important values such as discipline and hard work. Coupled with spending time at a farm, I believe the life lessons instilled in me growing up help me to be an asset to my clients.
My parents have been the biggest influences in my life. They taught me the importance of hard work and setting a positive example for others. I think every day can be the best day if you give it the opportunity to be.
We don’t have any children, but we have lots of animals that we basically treat as our children. I ride horses professionally and it is my dream to ride at the Grand Prix level.
I’m a member of these professional associations:
- Member of the Equine Law Section of the GA Bar
- Member of the GA & SC Bars