William C. Head PC
University of Georgia
1973 - 1976
A “Double Dawg” from the University of Georgia, Bubba is a proud member of the UGA President’s Club for over 35 years. He presently practices with two law partners, Lawrence (Larry) Kohn and Cory Yager, both of who have worked with him since they passed the Georgia Bar. All three partners were named as Super Lawyers for 2017.
A Life Member of GACDL and NACDL, Bubba wrote his first drunk driving book in 1991 entitled “101 Ways to AVOID a Drunk Driving Conviction.” His co-author and friend, Reese I. Joye of Charleston SC passed away in 2008. This book, on how to beat a DUI, help make his name nationally famous in the field of drunk driving defense. Following that book, he was authored or co-authored over a dozen more drunk driving books in Georgia and on a NATIONAL level. The Georgia DUI Trial Practice Manual was first published in 1995, and is now co-authored with Frank T. Gomez (since 2008).
Martindale-Hubbell – The Nation’s Oldest attorney rating service (since 1868), has put Mr. Head has at the highest possible ratings: “av” 5.0 of 5.0, and “preeminent,” since 1996.
Best Lawyers in America has listed Bubba in their Directory since 2009. Twice, he was named by Best Lawyers as the Best DUI Lawyer in Atlanta, in 2012 and 2017. His DUI law firm is also a Tier 1 rated “Best Law Firms in America” U.S. News and World Report.
Super Lawyers has included Mr. Head in every publication, from 2004 to 2017. and Cory Yager, partner of Mr. Head, has earned six straight Rising Star designations from Super Lawyers, in his first 10 years of practice. Partner Larry Kohn is also named as a Super Lawyer for 2017.
For over half of his 41 years as a GACDL member, Mr. Head also has been a proud Life Member of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He helped launch the Georgia Innocence Project, and was a member of the initial Board of Directors for the first 6 years. Mr. Head has chaired half a dozen criminal defense lawyer seminars for GACDL over those many years, plus several DUI Boot Camp programs that were DUI-focused. He was co-chair of the March 2017 DUI Boot Camp for GACDL.