Mr. Berry has an AV rating with Martindale Hubbell. The Law Office of J. Keith Berry, Jr. was established in 1993 with a focus on probate, creditor’s rights and collections, and real estate. Upon graduation from law school in 1982, he joined his father’s firm, Berry and McCallar as an associate for 8 years. In 1990 he became a member of Robin & Berry, P.C. for 3 years.
Since 1993, Keith has maintained a solo practice. Memberships include the Coastal Georgia Apartment Association, the Georgia Apartment Association, American Collectors Association and the Georgia Collectors Association.
J. Keith Berry, Jr.
Keith was born in Kingsport, Tennessee and moved to Savannah after his father graduated law school. He chose to return after attending college at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.A., Political Science, 1978) and then law school at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia (J. D., 1982).
He is admitted to practice in all Georgia trial and appellate courts, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Georgia, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the Savannah Bar Association. In past years, he has spoken on probate and collection topics at continuing education seminars and was a paralegal instructor for bankruptcy. He is a frequent appointee by the Probate Court of Chatham County, Georgia as Guardian ad Litem and as attorney for minors, wards and incapacitated adults.
His community activities include prior and current memberships in not for profit and civic organizations such as Exchange Club of Savannah, Savannah Quarterback Club, Consumer Credit Counseling Service of the Savannah Area, Inc., Union Mission, Inc., and the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame. He is married with two adult children.
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