Ted Freeman is the partner in the Governmental Law and Tort and Catastrophic Loss practice groups and has over 40 years experience in governmental and corporate liability, civil rights and general litigation. He is an accomplished trial and appellate lawyer who has represented all types of governmental and corporate entities.
Mr. Freeman speaks and writes on a national basis on issues affecting local governments, and he has successfully argued several of the most significant civil rights and tort decisions in the appellate courts. Mr. Freeman was a part of the team that won a unanimous decision in the United States Supreme Court in a case in which he co-authored the merits brief and assisted with the presentation of oral argument. Mr. Freeman received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia (B.A., with distinction) and his law degree from the University of Georgia (J.D., magna cum laude). He was a member of the Order of the Coif and the Georgia Law Review.
Mr. Freeman has been named a "Georgia Super Lawyer" in the areas of Civil Rights/First Amendment. In addition, he has been selected as a "Best Lawyer" in the areas of Civil Rights and also Municipal Litigation. Mr. Freeman also served as President of the Georgia Defense Lawyers Association.