Beasley Allen Law Firm, Atlanta, Georgia


Houston Kessler

Atlanta, GA

Personal Injury Lawyer Houston Kessler

About Houston

Houston Kessler is a lawyer in the firm’s Personal Injury Section and primarily handles product liability cases and other cases involving serious injuries. Before joining Beasley Allen, Houston worked for another law firm where he primarily practiced civil defense litigation and dealt with cases involving medical malpractice, personal injury, motor vehicle accidents and other general civil litigation.


Houston is a Newnan, Georgia, native and played basketball for the University of Georgia. His brother, Walker, now plays basketball for Auburn University. Houston is a huge Bulldog fan and enjoys college football Saturdays, summer days on Lake Martin, playing guitar, and pick-up basketball.

Professional Associations

Houston is a member of the Alabama and Georgia State Bars.


Houston earned his law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he was a member of the Negotiation Team and served as its Recruitment Chair. Houston graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics and Management. He was named to the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll, the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court, and served as the Men’s Basketball representative to the Southeastern Conference Men’s Basketball Leadership Council, where he was elected Vice Chair.


  • Alabama (2020)
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama (2021)
  • Georgia (2021)


  • University of Georgia School of Law (J.D., 2020)
  • The University of Georgia (B.B.A., 2017)


  • Alabama State Bar
  • State Bar of Georgia


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