Paul V. Kilpatrick, Jr.

Paul Kilpatrick, Jr. graduated from the University of Georgia with an A.B. in 1963 and a J.D. in 1965. Following his successful completion of the Georgia Bar, he began practicing law in 1964.

Kilpatrick served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Conflict, from 1965-1968, leaving with the rank of Capt. JAG. Kilpatrick left active duty military service in 1968 to practice law in Columbus, Georgia.

Kilpatrick has served with several associations, including the Columbus Bar (President, 1975-1976), Russell County, State Bar of Georgia (Member, Board of Governors, 1975-1991; Member, Executive Committee, 1989-1994; President-Elect, 1990-1991; President, 1992-1993; Immediate past President, 1993-1994; Chairman, Family Law Section, 1980-1981; Member, Board of Bar Examiners, 2000-2006), Chair of the Supreme Court of Georgia Committee on Legal Education, The Florida Bar, Alabama State Bar, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Alabama Trial Lawyers Association and the Southern Conference of Bar Presidents.

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2017 GTLA Member

Education

University of Georgia – 1963 – A.B.
University of Georgia – 1965 – J.D.

 

Professional Associations and Memberships

Columbus Bar Association, member
State Bar of Georgia, member
The Florida State Bar Association, member
Alabama State Bar, member
Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, member
Alabama Association for Justice, member

 

Bar Admissions

Alabama
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
U.S. Supreme Court

 

Awards and Honors

Best Lawyers – 2017
Designated Amicus Curiae of the Supreme Court of Georgia
Tradition of Excellence Award – State Bar of Georgia