Georgia State University
Atlanta, Georgia 1981
BA IN POLITICAL SCIENCE AND MINOR IN ACCOUNTING
EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
Atlanta, Georgia 1985
Donald W. Osborne comes to Meriwether and Tharp with a wide array of expertise. He began his career as a judicial law clerk after graduating from Emory School of Law. He was later appointed by those judges as the Public Defender of the Cordele Judicial Circuit, handling and trying felony cases. Following his tenure there, he returned to Atlanta where he practiced in the area of Insurance Defense and Medical Malpractice Defense.
Don began practicing in the area of Family Law in 2001 and has been guiding clients through the delicate process of Family law cases ever since.
Don has extensive trial experience having tried over 200 jury and bench trials in Georgia and other states. Don is active in his community serving the City of Norcross as a member of the Norcross Housing Authority. He is involved in Community Theater and started the first Farmer's Market in Monroe Georgia. He lives with his wife. Michelle, and dog, Felix, in downtown Norcross and has four adult children living in various parts of the state.
Don served for many years as an instructor in the Emory Law School's, National Institute for Trial Advocacy, (NITA), as a part of the curriculum