Estate Management: Wills, Advanced Healthcare Directives, Power of Attorney
Business Formation & Contracts
Pleadings, Motions, Briefs for ongoing Litigation or Appeals
o Agnor’s Georgia Evidence - Co-author 4th Ed.; Supplemented text for 2009, 2010, 2011, & 2012 Eds.
o Medical Torts in Georgia: Handbook on State and Federal Law - Co-authored 2007-2008 Ed.; and Supplemented text for 2008-2009, 2009-2010, & 2010-2011 Eds.
o Georgia Guardian & Ward: an overview of guardianships & conservatorships of minors and adults in Georgia - Authored 2007 Ed.; Supplemented for publication of 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012 Eds. - Still in publication under the name “Georgia Guardianship and Conservatorship.” o Georgia Settlements and Strategies, 2d Ed. – 2006 Supplement.
o Commentary on the Law of Evidence, 2d (Vols.5,6,and6A,Oklahoma Practice)-2009 Supplement.
o Oklahoma Jury Instruction Handbook, 2010-2011 Ed. – Authored.
o Courtroom Guide to Oklahoma Evidence – Contributor 2008 & 2009 Supplements.
o Washington Civil Jury Instruction Handbook (Vol. 6B Washington Practice Series) – 2007 Supplement.
o Maryland Evidence, State and Federal (Vols. 5, 6, & 6A of the Maryland Practice Series) –2012 Supplement.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Certified and Registered with the Georgia Department of Dispute Resolution (GDOR) as both a civil mediator and arbitrator.
Federal Civil Litigation
There is a grand misconception about the meaning of special education. “Special education” is not a place. It is neither a type of classroom nor a school that any student can be placed “in.” Special education is a system of support and services available to all students when or if needed due to a physical, emotional, academic delay OR advanced development as compared to their peers.
By law, students with physical disabilities should ALSO be educated with students who are NOT disabled to the maximum extent appropriate. Students with disabilities have a right to be educated in the regular education classroom with their non-disabled peers. This includes access to the curriculum that is taught in the regular education classroom as well as those any accommodations that can be put in place so that a child with a disability is able to make meaningful academic gains.
No student should ever be unneccessarily isolated, separately educated, provided a diluted or inferior education, or denied meaningful opportunities to learn.