Owen Murphy is a cum laude graduate of Mercer Law School. Mr. Murphy was a member of the Mercer Law Review as well as the Moot Court Board and is a member of the Brainerd Currie Honor Society for his achievements at Mercer Law School. Owen began his legal career in 1999 with the Savannah law firm of Inglesby Falligant, was named partner in 2005, and was later elected as the managing partner of the Firm. While practicing with Inglesby Falligant, Owen handled a variety of cases involving business and real estate litigation, personal injury, common carrier defense, probate disputes and construction claims. In 2012, Mr. Murphy started his own law firm, Owen Murphy, P.C., and currently focuses his practice in the areas of personal injury and business litigation.
Over the course of his 18-year legal career in Savannah, Mr. Murphy has focused exclusively in the area of civil trial practice. He has substantial and diverse jury trial experience, having tried cases on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants. Owen has tried cases involving medical negligence, premises liability, vehicle wrecks, commercial disputes, and construction defects.
Mr. Murphy is a registered mediator and a member of the Georgia Bar Association and the Savannah Bar Association. Owen was six times selected as one of Georgia’s “Super Lawyers – Rising Stars” by Atlanta Magazine, an honor received by fewer than 5% of Georgia’s attorneys each year. He is a past-chair and frequent lecturer at legal seminars and is active in the community, having helped lead the Jenkins High School Mock Trial team to consecutive appearances at the State championship competition in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Mercer Law School, J.D., 1999 (Cum Laude, Law Review, Moot Court, Brainerd Currie Honor Society)
Professional or Trade Affiliations
- Savannah Bar Association
- Georgia Bar Association
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
- Savannah Trial Lawyers Association
Honors and Awards
Six times selected as one of Georgia’s “Super Lawyers – Rising Stars” by Atlanta Magazine, an honor received by fewer than 5% of Georgia’s attorneys each year.