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Attorney Nancee Tomlinson

Nancee Tomlinson

Practice Areas

  • Mediation
  • Criminal Law


Nancee Tomlinson specializes in trial practice in the Courts of Georgia. She appears in criminal, civil, probate, and juvenile courts around Georgia.


As a trial attorney, Nancee has tried hundreds of bench trials and jury trials in and around North Georgia. She has 16 years experience and is respected by her colleagues. Her practice includes Athens, Athens-Clarke, Watkinsville, Bishop, Lexington, Crawford, Elberton, Bowman, Hartwell, Lavonia, Carnesville, Royston, Franklin Springs, Comer, Colbert, Hull,  Danielsville, Ila, Winterville, Covington, Porterdale, Oxford, Monroe, Social Circle, Jackson, Monticello, Madison, Gray, Jefferson, Winder, Braselton, Commerce, Homer, Macon, Eatonton, and beyond.


In criminal practice, Nancee served as an Assistant District for five years. During her time as a prosecutor, Nancee obtained certification for child forensic interviews with Finding Words: Georgia, focused on handling sex crimes, domestic violence, and crimes against children. Since establishing her own law practice, Nancee has obtained positive outcomes, including acquittals and hung juries, for clients in drug cases, sex crimes, and a host of other cases. including serious violent felonies. Her training and experience in trial courts serve her clients well in negotiation as well as trial.


Nancee’s civil practice focuses on helping families resolve issues in probate court, aiding fathers with legitimation and obtaining rights to their children in superior courts, and guiding families through juvenile court processes.


  • Georgia State University College of Law, Atlanta, Georgia
  • University of Georgia
    • Major: Political Science

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia, 2002
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, 2001
  • Georgia Court of Appeals, 2002
  • Supreme Court of Georgia, 2002

Professional Associations

  • Western Judicial Circuit Bar
  • State Bar of Georgia, Criminal Section
  • State Bar of Georgia, Family Law Section
  • University of Georgia Alumni Association

Current Employment Position

  • Attorney

Published Works

  • Last Ditch: Creative Closing Arguments for Challenging Cases
  • Better Questions: Strategy for Confronting Forensic Interviews at Trial
  • Success in Dependency Court Law Update 2021: A Parent’s Guide for Completing a CPS Case Plan
  • Caregiver's Compass: Navigating Foster Care

Certified Legal Specialties

  • Registered Mediator and Arbitrator, 2008