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James Brownie Pilcher

James B. Pilcher, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Criminal Law, Personal Injury Law, Wrongful Death Law, Criminal Trial Law.


Pilcher, James Brownie was born on May 19, 1929 in Shreveport, Louisiana, United States. Son of James Reece and Martha Mae (Brown).


Bachelor, Louisiana State University, 1952. Juris Doctor summa cum laude, John Marshall Law School, 1955. Postgraduate, Emory University, 1957.


Legal aide to Speaker of House of Representatives, Georgia, 1961-1964. Associate city attorney City of Atlanta, 1964-1969. Private practice law Atlanta, since 1969.


Executive committee Democratic Executive Committee of Fulton County, Georgia, 1974-1986. Board directors Whitehead Boys Club, 1961-1989. Trustee Georgia Institute Continuing Legal Education, 1988-1989.

President Atlanta Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1961-1962. Member American Bar Association, Georgia Association Criminal Defense Lawyers (president 1980-1982), State Bar Georgia (chairman 1988-1989, general practice and trial section, chairman criminal law section 1986-1987), Atlanta Bar Association, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (life), Georgia Claimants Attorneys Association (president 1983-1984), National Association Criminal Defense Lawyers (board directors 1980-1985), Georgia Institute Trial Advocacy (board directors 1986-1989), South Fulton Bar Association (president 1987-1988), Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (life), Atlanta Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys Group (life, president 2001-2003), Kiwanis (Peachtree, Atlanta president 1983-1984, governor Georgia district 1992-1993), Sierra Club American (life), Barristers Club of Emory University Law School.


Married Lorene Pilcher. Children: Lydia, Martha, Bradley.