Hon. Norman S. Fletcher (Ret.)
served as a Justice on the Georgia Supreme Court from 1990-2005, including a term as Presiding Justice from 1995-2001 and Chief Justice from 2001-2005. He retired from the Court on June 30, 2005. After retiring from the Georgia Supreme Court, Judge Fletcher joined Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis as Of Counsel, bringing with him his 47 years of experience as a trial lawyer, counselor, city attorney, county attorney, and general practitioner.
ADR Experience and Qualifications
- His practice areas since leaving the Court include arbitration, mediation, appellate practice, expert witness, and civil trial practice.
- While serving on the Court, he participated in over 26,000 decisions resulting in 5,000 published opinions. He authored over 800 published opinions. The subject matter of his published opinions includes: arbitration, class actions, contracts, corporate law, domestic relations/family law, employment contracts, environmental law, estates, insurance law, land use restrictions, libel, local government, maritime claims/admiralty, products liability, professional malpractice, title to land, torts, trusts, UCC, water rights, wills, and workers’ compensation.
- In private practice, Judge Fletcher accumulated extensive trial experience in the fields of contracts, construction, eminent domain, local government law, products liability, professional malpractice, public utilities, title to land, torts, and wills.