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Barton Hayes Goode

Barton Hayes Goode

Personal Injury Lawyer
Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.
Duluth, GA
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About Barton Hayes Goode

Attorney Biography

Barton Goode graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee with a B.A. in History. He then attended the Walter F. George School of Law in Macon, Georgia. Barton was very active in multiple student organizations and the Student Bar Association. He also co-founded the Mercer Law Free Press; an online publication which serves as a voice for the students of Mercer Law and gives those interested in the school a personal look into the lives of Mercer students. Barton graduated and received his J.D. from Mercer in 2012 and passed the Georgia bar later that year. His primary area of focus lay in personal injury litigation.

Location: Duluth, GA

Undergraduate: Rhodes College – 2009

Law School: Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law – 2012

Admitted to Practice: State of Georgia.

Practice Areas

Personal Injury (100%)


Personal injury attorney

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Bar Licenses

Georgia State Bar
Member in Good Standing

Work Experience

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.


Walter F. George School of Law – 2012

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Barton Hayes Goode
Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.
4227 Pleasant Hill Road, Building 11, Suite 300
Duluth, GA 30096
Office: 404-875-0900

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