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Contact the Law Office of William L. Tomlin today for help with your legal needs.

Whether you need to pursue litigation to recover something you’re owed or you need help with a transactional matter, like drafting a contract or a will, William is ready to help with either your personal or small businesses legal needs.  Contact the Law Office of William L. Tomlin if you need help in one of the following areas:

  • Administrative Agencies
  • Business Formation
  • Consumer Law
  • Contracts
  • Employee Classification
  • Environmental Law
  • Land Use
  • Litigation
  • Wage and Hour
  • Wills and Estates

William is licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia.

About William

A graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law and Emory University, William has experience working on a breadth of legal issues, ranging from complex environmental litigation to representing clients one-on-one to recover unpaid wages.  Before opening the Law Office of William L. Tomlin, William spent over four years working for a large, corporate law firm where he gained valuable experience in a wide range of areas and learned how the law and business work.

William is prolific writer, having authored articles that have appeared in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and professional publications on topics including mass transit, monetary exactions, and forest management.  He is a past editor of the State Bar of Georgia’s environmental law newsletter, Perspectives on Georgia’s Environment, and manages and writes the blog JD Verde.

Active in the community, William serves on two non-profit boards, Greenlaw’s Leadership Council and the Georgia Chapter of the Sierra Club’s Executive Committee.

Contact William today for help with your personal or small business legal needs.

Publications

  • OSAH Reporter, Persp. on Ga’s Env’t (Env’t L. Sec. St. B. Ga., Atlanta, Ga.), Fall 2016, at 10.
  • New Legislation Could Mark Trend that Would Bring More Timber Production to Georgia’s National Forests, Persp. on Ga’s Env’t (Env’t L. Sec. St. B. Ga., Atlanta, Ga.), Winter 2015, at 16.
  • William Tomlin, Op-Ed, Commuter Rail an Obvious Fix for Region, Atlanta J.-Const., Feb. 11, 2014, at A10.
  • Curtailing “Extortionate” Practices in (Land-Use) Permitting: Examining the Supreme Court’s Decision in Koontz v. St. Johns River Water Mgmt. Dist., Persp. on Ga’s Env’t (Env’t L. Sec. St. B. Ga., Atlanta, Ga.), Fall 2013, at 10.