Richard Storrs

Attorney and Owner at The Storrs Law Firm


Atlanta, GA

About Richard Storrs
Richard Storrs practices law and serves as an ADR professional in Atlanta, Georgia. Richard has practiced construction law and commercial litigation in Atlanta since 1984.

Contact information: Telephone (404) 500-6302

In addition to handling disputes, he employs his extensive experience and contacts to quarterback clients' legal matters. He also assists with forming and structuring organizations, drafting agreements, and avoiding disputes before they arise.

Richard has taught design and construction law since 2006, and is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Georgia School of Law and Georgia State University College of Law. He has appeared at numerous seminars and has written extensively about construction law issues. His publications include authoring chapters since 2012 on no damage for delay clauses and surety law in the annual Construction Law Update published by CCH Incorporated.

He received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Georgia, where he graduated with honors and served as a Notes Editor of the Georgia Law Review.
Years of Experience

Since 1984

Payment Help Score
| 37 reviews
107 Questions Answered
Expert Type
  • Construction Lawyer
Expertise Areas
  • Construction Law
  • Business Litigation
  • Registered Mediator and Arbitrator
  • Georgia Bar
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