Richard J. Storrs

Adjunct Professor of Law

B.A., J.D., University of Georgia


Design and Construction Law

Biographical Information: 

Specializing in the areas of business litigation, real estate disputes and construction law, Richard J. Storrs is currently a sole practitioner in Atlanta, Ga. Previously, he worked as an attorney with Mills Paskert Divers and was the managing partner of Storrs & Woodland. His law practice includes the representation of general contractors, subcontractors, design professionals, sureties and insurers in resolving construction disputes. He also represents parties in the negotiation and drafting of contracts and in litigating and resolving a variety of disputes, including those involving trade secret issues, non-compete agreements, partnership disputes, landlord-tenant matters, bankruptcy creditor work and other matters.

Storrs has served as an adjunct professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture and the Georgia State University College of Law. Additionally, he is an arbitrator on the Construction Industry Panel of the American Arbitration Association.  

He earned his bachelor's degree cum laude and his law degree cum laude from UGA, where he also served as an editorial board member and as notes editor of the Georgia Law Review.