Practice Areas: Negligence; Real Estate; Trial Practice; Commercial Law; Bankruptcy

Admitted: 1972, Georgia

Law School: University of Georgia, J.D., 1971

College: Armstrong State College; University of Georgia, B.A., 1969

Biography: Phi Delta Phi; Phi Kappa Phi. Chairman, Savannah Historic District Board of Review, 1979-1985. Special Assistant Attorney General, State of Georgia, 1983.

Admitted to bar: 1972, Georgia; Georgia Supreme Court, 1972; Georgia Court of Appeals, 1972; U.S. Supreme Court, 1977; U.S. Courts of Appeals: 11th Circuit, 1981; current 5th Circuit, 1981; 3rd Circuit, 2004; U.S. District Courts: Southern District of Georgia, 1972; Middle District of Georgia, 1987; Northern District of Georgia, 1988; Education: Armstrong State College; University of Georgia (B.A.,1969; J.D.,1971); Member: Savannah Bar Association (Secretary, 1979-1983; Member, Executive Committee 1979-1983; Chair, Bankruptcy Section, 1993); State Bar of Georgia (Member: Committee on Professionalism, 1986-1987; Annual Meeting Committee, 1986-1988; Bench and Bar Committee, 1986-1988); American Bar Association; Georgia Trial Lawyers Association; Coastal Bankruptcy Law Institute (President, 1994- present)

115  West Oglethorpe Avenue
P.O. Box 9026
Savannah, Georgia 31412

Phone: 912-234-1215
Fax: 912-236-7549

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