J. Michael Walls, Of Counsel

J. Michael Walls, Of Counsel

Mr. Walls was born in La Grange, Georgia, on December 3, 1944. He was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1974, and the Georgia bar in 1975 after receiving degrees from Georgia Southern College (A.B., 1968); Cumberland School of Law of Samford University (J.D., cum laude, 1973).

Mr. Walls served as an Assistant Attorney General in Georgia, from 1975-1977 and a Special Assistant State Administrative Law Judge, 1998-2001. He is the author of “Merger of Law and Equity in Alabama” 33 Alabama Lawyer 132, 1972; “NLRB Regional Director Has Discretion in Petitioning for Injunction After Determining Probable Unfair Labor Practice by Union” 33 Cumberland-Samford Law Review 226, 1972; “Problems and Solution in Exclusionary Zoning,” 4 Cumberland-Samford Law Review 105, 1973; “The
Law of Naturalization-A Uniform Law, Devoid of Uniformity,” 7 Cumberland-Samford Law Review 211, 1976; “Fifth Circuit Survey, Constitutional-Criminal Law,” 27 Mercer Law Review 911, 1976.

Mr. Walls is a member of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) Board of Directors, Georgia, 2003. Member, Advisory Board, AFL-CIO Lawyer’s Coordinating Committee, 1987-1990. Member, Atlanta (President, Labor Law Section, 1996-1997) Bar Association; State Bar of Georgia. President, Atlanta Chapter, Industrial Relations Research Association, 1985-1987. He practices Labor and Employment Law.

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