Terrence Lee Croft has successfully resolved more than 3,000 disputes as a mediator and arbitrator in a wide array of matters including business, contract, construction, employment, healthcare, insurance, personal injury, professional liability and probate disputes. He has been a trial lawyer since 1965.
Mr. Croft has been selected twice as one of the Top 100 Lawyers in Georgia, selected as a Georgia Super Lawyer, and selected as one of the Best Lawyers in America in ADR.
A leader in the legal community, Mr. Croft is a Founding Member of the Georgia Academy of Mediators & Arbitrators, a Distinguished Fellow of the International Academy of Mediators, and a Fellow in the American College of Civil Trial Mediators. He is also registered as a neutral in arbitration, mediation, and early neutral evaluation with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. He is Past President of the Atlanta Bar Association and its Foundation and has chaired its Dispute Resolution Lawyers Section and its Litigation Section. Mr. Croft has also served as Chair of the Dispute Resolution Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia, and serves on that organization’s Board of Governors. He has served in the House of Delegates of the American Bar Association.
ADR Experience and Qualifications
- Mediation (Civil/Commercial)
- Arbitration (Civil/Commercial)
- Special Master
- Early Neutral Evaluation
- Fact Finding
- Discovery Referee
- ADR Training/CLE
- Civil Law: Agribusiness, Automotive, Aviation, Banking & Finance, Civil Rights, Commercial / Business, Condominiums, Construction, Consumer Fraud, Contract Disputes, Debt / Foreclosure, Eminent Domain, Employment, Engineering, Entertainment, Environmental, Estate/Probate/Trials, Franchise, Healthcare, Insurance, Intellectual Property, International, Landlord / Tenant, Libel & Slander, Media & Communications, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Non-Profit Organizations, Nursing Homes, Partnerships, Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Probate, Product Liability, Professional Negligence, Real Estate, Religious Institutions, Securities, Telecommunications, Title VII, Torts Transportation, Trusts, Wrongful Death