Lynne Y. Borsuk
75 14th Street, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Firm: Law Office of Lynne Y. Borsuk, P.C.
Criminal Defense and White Collar Matters
Lynne Borsuk is an experienced trial lawyer with 20 years experience as an attorney in the courtrooms of Georgia. She has an exclusive law practice focusing on criminal defense with a strong emphasis on the trial phase of legal advocacy.
Lynne Borsukâ€™s trial experience along with a personal commitment to her clients and an aggressive continuing legal education philosophy, have given her a solid reputation for professionalism and quality of service. The firm offers total litigation services in a supportive, hands-on environment. As a trial lawyer and former law school professor, Ms. Borsukâ€™s philosophy is grounded in the strong belief that her clients should be fully informed about every aspect of their case as the case progresses. Excellence in the courtroom is the result of years of trial and courtroom experience. Mrs. Borsuk has successfully tried jury trials and presented cases of all types before judges all over Georgia. She has handled criminal cases in the Federal, Superior, State and Juvenile Courts and looks forward to each new case as a fresh challenge to succeed and bring about a good result for her clients.
Lynne Borsuk served as President of the Georgia Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers for 2008, and is a member of the American Board of Criminal Lawyers and the National Association of Criminal Lawyers.
Affiliations & Memberships:
President of the Georgia Association for Criminal Defense Lawyers 2008
Elected to the Board of Governors for the State Bar of Georgia; 1994-96; 2000-2006
Inducted into the American Board of Criminal Lawyers; 2006
Adjunct Professor of Law; Emory University, 1994-2003
Formal Advisory Opinion Board, State Bar of Georgia; 1999-2000.
1000 Lawyers for Justice; Co-founder.
Georgia Legal Services Foundation, Board member.
Dekalb Bar Association, Executive Committee 2004-2005; Board 2005-2006
Atlanta Bar Association, Judicial Qualifications Committee 2005-present
Board member-Criminal Law Section, 1994
State Court of Fulton County Task Force;
Formerly Chair of Committee on Jail, Bonds, and Indigent Defense
Atlanta Juvenile Justice Task Force
Faculty, National Institute of Trial Advocacy(NITA), Emory University School Of Law, 1990's.
Faculty, Georgia Institute of Trial Advocacy, University of Georgia School of Law, May 1993.
Mentor-Legal Association for Women Students, Emory Law School
Barrister-Lamar Inn of Court, 1992-1994.
Lawyer's Club, 1991-1997
Admitted to the State Bar of Georgia, 1987;
Admitted to the State Bar of Florida, 1986
Richard S. Lawson
Thomas A. Roman