Joseph C. Phillips



Cole Phillips is an experienced construction litigator, having handled many disputes in the United States and Canada.

Before beginning the practice of law, Cole worked with several contractors building nuclear energy projects in South Carolina and Georgia. During that work, Cole gained a thorough understanding of construction work, contracts, design challenges and government interaction. Cole uses that experience to enhance his work for his clients.

Cole got his law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law with honors in 2015. Cole is admitted in Georgia. Cole's practice focuses on construction disputes, project counseling, alternative dispute resolution techniques, and construction litigation.

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Construction Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
404-631-6538  Phone
404-522-1410  Phone
University Attended:
Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus, B.S., 2012
Law School Attended:
University of Georgia, J.D., Cum Laude, 2015
Year of First Admission:
2015, Georgia Bar

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Atlanta, Georgia

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