1974, Georgia; 1978, U.S. Supreme Court; 1980, District of Columbia; 1982, U.S. Claims Court
University of Virginia, J.D., 1973
Law School Graduation Year
Tufts University, B.S., Ch.E., 1968
Atlanta (Director, 1979-1983 and Member, Executive Committee, 1979-1980; Member and President, 1995-1996, Construction Law Section; Director, 1993-1996; Chair, 1995-1996) and American (Member: Litigation Section; Forum Committee on the Construction Industry, 1978—; Chairman, 1987-1990, Steering Committee, Division of Subcontractor, Material Men, Supplies and Equipment Systems, 1984—; Steering Committee, Division of Construction Management, Design/Build and Related Concepts, 1993-1996) Bar Associations; State Bar of Georgia; Atlanta Council of Younger Lawyers (Director, 1977-1980; Member and President, 1980-1981).
Law Clerk to Federal District Court Judge Albert J. Henderson, Jr., 1973-1975. Author: A New Concept: Preliminary Notice of Lien Rights, Georgia State Bar Journal, Volume 19, No. 1, August, 1982; Attacking Calculations of Contractor Damages, Construction Education Management and Engineering News Record Manual, Calculation and Proof of Damages, 1987. Co-Author: Assuring and Protecting Your Right To Payment For Construction, National Business Institute, 1986; Representing the Owner in Disputes with Suppliers and Manufacturers Chapter in Construction Litigation: Representing the Owner, Second Edition, Wiley Law Publications, Inc., 1989; Practical Considerations Regarding Formal and Informal ‘Discovery’ Procedures and Their Enforcement in Arbitration, Chapter in Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Construction Industry, Wiley Law Publications, Inc., 1990; Definition and Certification of 'Claims' on Federal Public Works Under the Contract Dispute Act - Smoothing Out the Increasingly Rocky Road to Recovery, The Construction Lawyer, April, 1993; Pre-Arbitration Discovery, a chapter in ADR and the Construction Industry, American Arbitration Association, 1993; Georgia Public Construction Contracts, Chapter in Fifty State Public Construction Contracting John Wiley & Sons, 1995. Fellow and Member, Board of Governors, 1990-1992, Secretary, 1994-1995, President-Elect, 1995-1996 and President, 1996-1997, American College of Construction Lawyers. Member, Panel of Arbitrators and Construction Industry Advisory Counsel (Atlanta Region), American Arbitration Association.