History

Ellis Arnall, Sol I. Golden and Cleburne Gregory, Jr. founded the firm in 1949 after receiving significant recognition for their individual achievements in the practice of law and public service. Arnall was a nationally recognized litigator and served as Attorney General of Georgia before becoming Governor of Georgia from 1943 to 1947. Golden developed a reputation as a skillful attorney versed in innovative corporate financing techniques. Gregory worked as Assistant Attorney General and helped Governor Arnall end unequal freight rates that favored northern industrial states, which brought about a post-war economic boom throughout the southern U.S.

During the past six decades, Arnall Golden Gregory LLP established a strong record of helping growing enterprises become industry leaders. Today our team of attorneys, who practice in more than 25 areas of law, continues to expand AGG's reputation for helping public and private companies successfully grow their business.

AGG is committed to staying on the leading edge of new developments that affect our clients' industries and business strategies. We're ready to help a new generation of emerging companies achieve success.

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