Caroline Harvey is a residential real estate attorney at Blasingame, Burch, Garrard, and Ashley P.C.
She is proud to have grown up in Sandersville, Georgia, the “Kaolin Capital of the World.” Growing up in rural Georgia instilled in Caroline an abiding sense of the importance of community and candid communication. To that end, she strives to bring a positive and engaging attitude to the closing table, where she truly enjoys getting to know clients, agents, and anyone else with whom she crosses paths.
In 2016, Caroline received her B.A. in Art History from the University of Georgia, graduating magna cum laude. After this, she attended the University of Georgia School of Law, where she served as Executive Notes Editor for Volume 54 of the Georgia Law Review. During her time on the Law Review, Caroline published a paper discussing the legal implications of purchasing stolen works of art and proposing alternative compensation schemes for bona fide purchasers of those works. She won the 2019 Lawyers Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation Law Writing Competition and worked for a non-profit engaged in combatting illegal trafficking of cultural heritage objects.
She earned her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from UGA Law and joined BBGA’s residential real estate group in October of 2020.
In her free time, you can find Caroline taking walks around Athens, honing her amateur collage skills, and spending time with her friends in her favorite Athens locales.