Licensed to practice law in 2006, Karlos attained a position with the Mobile County District Attorney’s office where he represented the State in the Juvenile and Adult Court Systems, at both the District and Circuit Court levels. In addition to his regular duties as an Assistant District Attorney, he gave the District Attorney’s weekly “Early Warning Truancy Address” to children attending schools throughout Mobile County along with their parents to insure an understanding of the laws that govern truancy, while underscoring the importance of a good education. He also learned our judicial system from within and the perspective needed to obtain a winning decision.
Moreover, in 1999, he earned his Bachelors Degree in Business Management, Cum Laude, from the University of Mobile while working full time at Kimberly-Clark Corp. Following graduation, he enrolled at Miles Law School in Fairfield, AL. While studying at Miles, he served as Student Bar Association Vice-President in 2004 and President in 2005. While in law school, he worked full time as Judicial Law Clerk to Circuit Judge Eugene R. Verin, Tenth Judicial Circuit, Jefferson County, Alabama. Although employed full time and active in the Birmingham community, he graduated as the class valedictorian in 2005 from Law School.