I have lived in Georgia since 1976 except for the period October 2001 until July, 2003.
I worked as an attorney for low-income families of infants, children, youth and
disabilities from September 1984 until January 2012. My passion is to give individuals
who may not think of themselves as "rich" enough to afford an attorney the opportunity
to hire an attorney that will zealously advocate for their rights and interests.
When I am not working, I love to travel with my wife Teresa. Travel in the U.S. opens
your eyes to different parts of the country and an incredible appreciation of our
country and its people. Travel abroad gives you an unique perspective of
different cultures, languages, and the treasurers of the world. People may live in
different countries but we all have much in common.
Gardening is a favorite past time with long summers and growing seasons. I
love sports both as a spectator and participant. I am an avid Braves, Falcons,
and Hawks fan as well as a Georgia Bulldog. Go Dawgs!
Languages spoken: French
Free consultation (45 minutes)
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Torin and I were colleagues when we were teaching in the clinical program at the University of Georgia law school. Torin is highly respected by his peers is the profession, and his passion for his work is unmatched. I endorse him as an attorney and a mentor.
Jamie Roskie Land use and zoning Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse this lawyer. I have worked as opposing counsel to Torin and have referred clients to him in the areas of civil rights and special education/disabilities. He is an exceptional attorney and an expert in civil rights cases. I highly respect his ethics and professionalism.
June Lynn Divorce and separation Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||1977||07/15/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Phil Heiner||Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer's Foundation||1997|
|Chairperson of Brook Run||Citizens Advisory Council of Brook Run||1992|
|Professional of the Year||ARC of Georgia||1991|
|Attorney||Torin Togut Attorney at Law||2012 - 2013|
|Adjunct Professor||University of Georgia School of Law||2008 - 2012|
|Cousins Public Interest Fellow||University of Georgia School of Law||2006 - 2008|
|Executive Director||Vermont Protection and Advocacy||2001 - 2002|
|Attorney at Law - Part Time||Torin Togut||1996 - 2012|
|Specialist Attorney||Georgia Legal Services Program||1984 - 2012|
|Attorney at Law - Full Time||Torin Togut||1977 - 1984|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|ARC of Georgia||President||2010 - Present|
|Parent to Parent of Georgia||Board Member||2010 - Present|
|Brogdon v. National Healthcare Corporation||Motion to Dismiss grnt'd in part denied in part|
|Heichelbeck v. Evans||Prevailed in federal court and Eleventh Circuit|
|Demmons v. Demmons||Pending before Georgia Supreme Court|
|See all legal cases|
|Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary||The Helter Skelter World of IDEA Eligibility for Specific Learning Disability: The Clash of Response-to-Intervention and Child Find Requirements||2012|
|American University Washington School of Law||Gestalt of the School-to-Prison Pipeline: The Duality of Overrepresentation of Minorities in Special Education and Racial Disparity in School Discipline on Minorities||2012|
|The Beacon Journal of Special Education Law & Practice||High-Stakes Testing: Barometer for Success or Prognosticator for Failure?||2004|
|University of La Verne College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1976|
|Cornell Law School||Industrial Labor Relations||BS - Bachelor of Science||1973|
|Georgia Mental Health & Law||Civil Committment and Guardianships||2013|