Stephen M. Phillips

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Member, Editorial Board, Emory Law Journal, 1975-1976. Author: "Concentration of Ownership of the Mass Media: An Examination of New FCC Rules on Cross Ownership of Co-located Newspapers and Broadcast Stations," 24 Emory Law Journal 1121, 1975; "Liabilities of Parties Engaged In Re-Roofing Construction Projects," Published as part of the Low-Slope Re-Roofing Workshop, Oakridge National Laboratory, 1994. Member, Panel of Arbitrators, American Arbitration Association. Fellow, American College of Construction Lawyers.

American College of Construction Lawyers. Member: Atlanta and American (Member: Litigation Section; Forum Committee on the Construction Industry, 1979—) Bar Associations; State Bar of Georgia; District of Columbia Bar.

Areas of Practice (1)

  • Construction Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
404-631-6538  Phone
404-522-9545  Fax
University Attended:
George Washington University, B.A., 1971
Law School Attended:
Emory University, J.D., 1976
Year of First Admission:
1980, District of Columbia; 1976, Georgia; 1980, U.S. Claims Court
Birth Information:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 9, 1949

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Atlanta, Georgia

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