Warren C. Caswell obtained his undergraduate degrees (AB-Political Science and AB-Economics) from the University of Georgia in 2000. He obtained his law degree from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University in May of 2003 and was admitted to Louisiana State Bar on his first exam in October 2003. He practiced briefly in Baton Rouge where, primarily, he assisted in an of counsel position on the defense of high limit excess property insurers. While practicing in Baton Rouge he also represented individuals and small businesses in various civil cases. In November of 2004 he was admitted on first exam to the Georgia Bar. He immediately returned home to Georgia to open his law office in Madison County where he has practiced since December of 2004 representing both individuals as well as businesses to serve all of their legal needs. Mr. Caswell is the author of the client newsletter on this website and serves as the sole judge in our Law Day Essay Contest.


The Use and Admissibility of Video and Computer Generated Demonstrative Evidence in the Federal Circuits -2003

The Political and Economic Threat of the European Union to the Superpower Status of the United States -2000

Professional Memberships:

Louisiana State Bar Association- since 2003

Georgia Bar Association- since 2004

Northern Judicial Circuit Bar Association- since 2007

Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers- 2008 - 2016

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges- since 2009


Military Assistance Lawyer- 2012 (Awarded by:  State Bar of Georgia)