Serving Atlanta-based and national corporate legal needs, Arnall
Golden Gregory has a solid reputation as a general practice
business firm, serving clients across a range of industries.
In 1949, three of the South's more accomplished attorneys
founded Arnall Golden Gregory. The trio consisted of Ellis Arnall,
a successful litigator who served as state attorney general and
governor of Georgia before founding the firm, Cleburne Gregory, an
assistant attorney general under then-Governor Arnall, and Sol
Golden, an expert in corporate financing.
In 2010, after six decades of Atlanta law, the firm opened an
outpost in Washington, DC. According to the firm, the location
would enable its attorneys to guide clients through new regulations
stemming from DC, particularly in the health care, life sciences,
financial services, real estate, technology, telecommunications,
energy, manufacturing and international trade fields.
Welcome to Atlanta Where the Lawyers Play
Arnall Golden Gregory has assembled an impressive client roster,
including such national heavy hitters as Costco, Sysco, the Georgia
Baptist Health Care System, the Los Angeles Times and the
Chicago Tribune. The firm has also counseled its share of
Atlanta-based corporations and personalities, like WGCL-TV and
local manufacturer Rader Cos, and Arnall Golden Gregory defended
former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin against a series of ethics
Southern Comfort, in Khakis
Arnall Golden Gregory is proud of its "friendly and comfortable"
office culture, underpinned by a business casual dress code and
first-name basis camaraderie. The firm has also made its commitment
to diversity known as a charter founding member of the Atlanta
Large Law Firm Diversity Alliance, a group of firms which trains
law firm leadership on how to improve diversity.