James Murphy

James Murphy profile picJames K. Murphy is an Atlanta personal injury lawyer and author. He graduated from SUNY in Geneseo with a major in Political Science. He went on to earn his JD from SUNY Buffalo Law School in 1989.

He was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 1991 and been practicing law in Georgia for over 25 years. Additionally, James is recognized as a Best-Selling Author and as a Martindale Hubbell “BV” rated attorney.

From the days of his first job digging for clams to serving justice today, humility and dedication have always been the pillars of his work ethic. His clients love his natural ability to step into their shoes and compassionately handle every challenge they face.

His aunt was the biggest influence in his life by inspiring him to become a lawyer to help people get justice. James was blessed to have several strong father figures in his life even after his father passed away. They helped him understand the strength of family and community.

James is married and has raised three children who consider him as part of the top one percent of dads. He is well-known for his charitable programs, such as Teacher of the Month, the Murphy 5K Fun Run, and his high school and college scholarship programs. He loves to travel and research genealogy in his spare time.


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