Max Turner serves as a Legislative Analyst in the Atlanta office. In this role, Max works to keep clients informed of legislative, executive, and regulatory actions in the state of Georgia.

Before joining Troutman Pepper Strategies, Max worked to aid victims of violent crimes in the Paulding Judicial Circuit, campaigned to successfully elect Houston Gaines to the Georgia House of Representatives, and interned for U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson’s press and scheduling team. Equipped with a unique perspective of Georgia from federal, state, and local experience, Max helps clients navigate an ever-changing political landscape.

Max currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia and is a proud bulldog, graduating from the University of Georgia, School of Public and International Affairs with academic honors.

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04.07.2022

Troutman Pepper Partner Robb Willis Recognized as…

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03.01.2022

Troutman Pepper Strategies Welcomes Ryan Diffley to…

WASHINGTON – Troutman Pepper Strategies, the governmental relations and issue management arm of Troutman Pepper, announced today that Ryan Diffley…

02.28.2022

Troutman Pepper Strategies Debuts New Governmental Affairs…

WASHINGTON – Troutman Pepper Strategies, the governmental affairs subsidiary of the national law firm Troutman Pepper, has launched a website…

02.02.2022

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09.14.2021

Robb Willis Named #1 Lobbyist in Georgia…

Robb Willis, chairman of Troutman Pepper Strategies, the governmental affairs subsidiary of the national law firm Troutman Pepper, was named…

08.17.2021

Karin Addison to Reprise Role as Board…

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