James M. Elliott, Jr. born in Augusta, Georgia, August 15, 1954; admitted to Bar, 1973, Georgia. Preparatory Education: University of Georgia (B.B.A., 1968); Legal Education: Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law (J.D., 1972). City Attorney, City of Macon, 1979-1986; Member: Macon Bar Association; State Bar of Georgia; Georgia Self-Insurers Association; Co-Author, An Exclusive Remedy for the Defense Bar, Georgia Defense Lawyers Association Journal, 1992; Lecturer, State Board of Workers' Compensation Seminar, 1991: “Avoiding Litigation” and “Utilizing the Subsequent Injury Trust Fund;” Lecturer, State Board of Workers’ Compensation 1998 Annual Education Seminar; Lecturer, Lorman Education Services, Workers’ Compensation in Georgia, 1998-2002; Lecturer, Workers’ Compensation Law Institute, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, 2002; Presenter, “Workers’ Compensation for the General Practitioner,” Mercer University Law School Continuing Legal Education Program, November 2003 & March 2009; Selected by peers for listing in “The Best Lawyers in America,” 1995 ‒; Civic: Past President, Central Georgia Council, Boy Scouts of America; Past President, The Shield Club of Macon; Member, Gridiron Secret Society, University of Georgia Chapter; Charter Member, Leadership Macon Program of the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce. Practice Area: Workers' Compensation Law.
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