David N. Lefkowitz specializes in professional and fiduciary liability, ethics and compliance and has more than 25 years of experience practicing law in these areas. He also frequently lectures and writes on topics such as how to avoid claims for legal malpractice, developing and maintaining successful attorney-client relationships, ethics issues for attorneys, and complying with the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct. In addition to practicing law, David also is an Adjunct Professor of Legal Malpractice, Ethics and Risk Management at the University of Georgia Law School.
Having established The Lefkowitz Firm in 1999, Lefkowitz currently has offices in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia. Previously, he was a partner at Jones, Copeland, Lefkowitz & Greer, where he focused on plaintiffs’ claims in the areas of legal malpractice, breach of fiduciary duty, medical malpractice, serious personal injury and other complex claims.
He is a frequently invited speaker at continuing legal education seminars and is chairman and moderator of an annual seminar titled “Professional and Ethical Dilemmas in Litigation.” Lefkowitz also frequently writes articles for legal publications on the topics of legal malpractice and legal ethics.
He earned his bachelor’s degree from Columbia University and his law degree from Emory University.