Trinh Huyhn

Firm Profile

Thu Trinh H. Huynh, Esq.

Ms. Huynh is an attorney with experience in the area of general litigation with an emphasis on construction claims. As a litigation attorney, she has represented clients in all aspects of litigation including settlement negotiations, arbitrations and mediations. In addition to her litigation experience, Ms. Huynh also has extensive experience in the area of government contracting. She has advised clients on compliance matters, protest actions, and the negotiation of government contracts at the local, state and federal level.

Ms. Huynh is a graduate of Princeton University and received her law degree from Emory University School of Law. While at Emory Law School, Ms. Huynh was awarded the Emory Order of Advocates, the State Bar of Georgia Prizes for Labor and Employment Law and was a member of the Emory Moot Courty Society and the Lamar Inn of Court. Prior to joining The Gibson Law Firm, LLC, she was an associate in the Government Contracts and Construction Practice Group at Powell Goldstein LLP and most recently, a senior associate in the Government Contracts and Construction Practice Group at Alston & Bird LLP. Ms. Huynh is an active member of the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association. Ms. Huynh is an avid traveler and enjoys being active and experiencing other cultures.

Authored Works

The ABCs of Federal Government Contracting, (Co-Author, Andrews Publications, 2009)
“Construction Recordkeeping and Documentation Requirements for Government Contracts” (Co-Presenter, Lorman Education Services seminar, October 2009)
“Mandatory Voluntary Disclosures Are Not an Oxymoron,” presentation on the Contractor’s Code of Business Ethics seminar (Andrews Publications, August 2008)
“Clear as Mud: The Revised Specialty Metals Provision of the Berry Amendment,” Contract Management, December 2007
“ORCA for Government Contractors—Not Your Ordinary Killer Whale,” Contract Management, September 2007



Thecla M. Johnson

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Julia Thornton

Senior Paralegal

Trinh Huyhn

Counsel and Attorney

Joe Johnson