Ronald M. Fields is an attorney in the Alpharetta, Georgia, office of Morgan & Morgan. Ronald grew up in South Carolina and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy of Law and Communications from Clemson University with Honors. After undergraduate, Ronald attended law school at the University of Georgia School of Law where he graduated with his Juris Doctorate with Honors in May 2017. While in law school, Ronald served on the Editorial Board of the Georgia Law Review and served as a law clerk to Justice Keith R. Blackwell of the Georgia Supreme Court.
Ronald’s practice at Morgan & Morgan focuses on personal injury law and exclusively representing injury victims. Ronald primarily handles vehicular cases ranging from personal vehicle accidents to tractor trailer cases. He approaches representation by treating each case as if it were his own and considers it a privilege to represent the people, not the powerful.
Before joining Morgan & Morgan, Ronald served as a law clerk to Judge R. Stan Baker in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia. During his two-year clerkship, he worked at both the federal magistrate and district court levels assisting the Court with discovery disputes, pre-trial motions, and jury trials, among other matters. After clerking, Ronald practiced several years as a litigator at one of the country’s largest employment law defense firms, experience that he now uses to serve his clients at Morgan & Morgan.
Outside of work, Ronald enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing sports, and traveling. The most rewarding part of Ronald’s job is when, at the end of a case, his clients receive the justice and compensation they deserve. Achieving this justice for clients is what drives Ronald’s work each and every day.
- Clemson University, summa cum laude
- University of Georgia School of Law, cum laude
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
- Georgia Labor & Employment Law Section
- Georgia State Bar
- United States District Court for the N.D. of Georgia, the M.D. of Georgia, and the S.D. of Georgia
- United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
Awards and Recognitions
- CALI Award for Evidence
- PAD Society of Legal Scholars
- University Faculty Scholar
- Palmetto Fellow