EILEEN CROWLEY

Partner, Atlanta
900 Circle 75 Parkway
Suite 500
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
AREAS OF PRACTICELitigationEnvironmentalTransportation BAR ADMISSIONSGeorgia, 1975Florida, 1994U.S. District Court Northern District of Georgia, 1975U.S. District Court Middle District of Georgia, 1975U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida, 1994U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit, 1975U.S. Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit, 1985U.S. Supreme Court, 1993 EDUCATIONEmory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia, 1975 J.D.Honors: Order of the BarristersBarnard College, Columbia University, New York, New York, 1972 B.A. HONORS AND AWARDSGeorgia Super Lawyer, 2005 - Present PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPSAtlanta Bar Association, 1975 – Present, MemberAmerican Bar Association, 1975 – Present, MemberNational Association of Railroad Trial Counsel, 1977 - PresentMember, Executive Committee, 1990 - PresentNational Association of Railroad Trial Counsel, 2009 – 2010, PresidentGeorgia Association for Women Lawyers, 1975 - PresentPresident, 1982 – 1983American Bar Foundation, 1995 – Present, Fellow
Eileen Crowley practices in the area of general litigation and currently focuses her practice on real estate and transportation related litigation. She has been practicing law since 1975 on both the state and federal court trial and appellate levels. Ms. Crowley’s practice centers on defense of corporations in two main areas: 1) real estate litigation, arising from various title, boundary and environmental issues; and 2) general casualty litigation involving train derailments and collisions, leaking underground storage tanks, toxic tort, product liability, tractor trailer accidents, catastrophic personal injuries and property damage. She has defended companies against myriad claims arising from carpet emissions, railroad operations, aluminum finishing, battery recycling, wood preservation, lead smelting, insecticide formulation, fiber optic installation, product recalls, wiretapping and condemnation. Ms. Crowley regularly assists clients in negotiating with federal, state and local regulators. She has tried close to 100 jury trials.