A. Warren Adegunle counsels clients in matters related to insurance coverage and other general commercial litigation disputes. He is experienced at all stages of courtroom litigation proceedings, and his exposure to a large swath of liability claims makes him uniquely positioned to handle a wide variety of claims and cases.
Warren brings a unique perspective from his past work as in-house staff counsel for a national insurance company, in which role he litigated many first- and third-party automobile insurance liability claims to successful conclusions.
Warren was also previously an attorney with the largest criminal defense firm in Georgia where he represented hundreds of indigent clients and served as first or second chair for more than 30 jury trials.
Warren advocates on behalf of his clients to identify the most effective solution to their legal disputes, including handling every aspect of litigation from complaint to jury trial to post-trial motions. He also previously served as an intern with the White House. At the White House, he interned on the Justice and Regulatory Policy Team, where he helped vet stakeholders, organized events and performed research on assets forfeiture statutes.
In 2014, Warren received his law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law. During his time in law school, he won the DeKalb Lawyers Association Donald Lee Hollowell Legacy Award for his essay on the Second Amendment. He later won the Center for Alcohol Policy Essay Contest.
- Donald Lee Hollowell Legacy Award, DeKalb Lawyers Association, 2014
- Center for Alcohol Policy Essay Contest Winner, 2011
Publications and Presentations
- “Achieving Success,” 2014 Winner of the Center for Alcohol Policy Essay Contest
- Talmadge Moot Court Competition
- J. Ralph Beaird Closing Argument Competition
- Richard B. Russell Moot Court Competition