William M. Cummings, Attorney
William M. Cummings II graduated from Auburn University and obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Mercer University School of Law. Mr. Cummings began his legal career as a law clerk for the Houston Judicial Circuit serving under the Honorable Judges George F. Nunn, Jr., L.A. McConnell, Jr., and Edward D. Lukemire. Subsequently, Mr. Cummings worked as a Staff Attorney for the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation, during which time he obtained certification as a mediator and performed numerous mediations involving a variety of workers' compensation issues. Mr. Cummings then joined a prestigious law firm in Atlanta where he focused his practice on Workers' Compensation. During his tenure, he published numerous articles in the firm's client journal, and served as a faculty member for Lorman Educational Services and the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation's Annual Seminar in Atlanta. Mr. Cummings is admitted to practice in all Georgia state courts, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Georgia, and he has extensive trial experience before the State Board of Workers' Compensation. He is a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Georgia and Atlanta Bar Association.
|Education:||Auburn University Bachelor of Science|
|Admissions:||Supreme Court of Georgia|
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