John E. Price
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John grew up in Williamston, North Carolina. In 2001, John graduated with distinction from the University of North Carolina with a B.A. in English/Religious Studies. Next, he attended law school at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, earning his J.D. in 2004 and graduating in the top 30% of his class. After law school, John moved to Augusta in order to accept a judicial clerkship with the Honorable W. Leon Barfield, United States Magistrate Judge, from 2004-2006. After completing his clerkship with Judge Barfield, John clerked for the Honorable Dudley H. Bowen, Jr., United States District Judge (2006-2007), and the Honorable Lisa Godbey Wood, United States District Judge (2007). Upon completing his clerkships, John and his wife, Sara, decided to stay in Augusta, and John joined Fulcher Hagler LLP as an associate in September 2007.
John has a varied litigation practice in both federal and state courts. John has successfully represented individuals, private corporations, and government entities in a wide range of matters, including employment discrimination suits, civil rights cases, Federal Employers Liability Act cases, and professional malpractice suits. As a member of the firm’s railroad litigation team, John routinely assists in the defense of suits brought against Class I railroads.
John and Sara are active members of the First Presbyterian Church of Augusta, where John currently serves as a deacon. John and Sara have four children.
- Augusta Bar Association
- Defense Research Institute
- Member, National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel
- Member, Georgia Defense Lawyers Association
- First Presbyterian Church of Augusta
- Member, Board of Directors of Golden Harvest Food Bank (2012 – 2018)