Success in Law School
While a student at the University of Georgia's Lumpkin School of Law, he
served as co-founder and executive chairman of the Georgia Association
of Law and Politics, executive secretary of the Georgia Mock Trial Board,
and pupil of the Chattahoochee Inn of Court.
In law school, Chadrick became one of the most decorated advocates in his
class. He was a member of the first Southern Mock Trial Team to win the
Buffalo-Niagara National Mock Trial Tournament (the largest invitational
Mock Trial Tournament in 2011). He was awarded the Weinberg, Wheeler,
Hudgins, Dial and Gunn Outstanding Mock Trial Advocate Award. He was a
member of the Frederick Douglas Moot Court Team and completed a scholarly
article on the changes in Georgia's Evidence Code.
Chadrick also began a law school conference on law and politics designed
to further academic discussion and form solutions about the impact of
legislation on Georgia's citizens. The conference featured several influential
politicos, lawyers and jurists: Chief Justice Carole Hunstein of the Georgia
Supreme Court, Chief Judge John Ellington of the Georgia Court of Appeals,
President Pro Tempore Tommie Williams of the Georgia Senate, and U.S.
Attorney Ed Tarver of the Southern District of Georgia.
Experience in the Legal Field
After graduating law school, Chadrick made history becoming the second
African American born since Reconstruction to serve as an attorney in
his hometown, Toccoa, Georgia. He went on to start a partnership and later
began his firm, The Mance Law Firm in the fall of 2014.
Also in fall 2014, Chadrick served as a visiting professor at Morehouse
College. There he taught business law and lectured on topics such as negligence,
products liability, business torts, legislation, corporate ethics, and
litigation. While a Professor at Morehouse, it is believed that Chadrick
was the youngest adjunct Professor at the time. Later that year, Morehouse
College honored Chadrick by creating a mentoring group in his namesake,
"The Mance Mentoring Group".
Public Speaking Appearances & Lectures
Savannah personal injury lawyer Chadrick Mance has given lectures on several
He has served as the keynote speaker or guest lecturer in the following
- Push it to the limit: 21st Century Leadership and Civil Rights Reform,
City of Savannah's NAACP
- Section 1983 Litigation: A vehicle for social change in police misconduct
cases, guest lecture at Savannah State University
- Know Your Rights Lecturer, Savannah State University
- Know Your Rights Lecturer, Armstrong Atlantic University
- Black Executive Exchange Program Law Lecturer, Savannah State University
- Workers' Comp From A to Z, Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency
- Mass Torts Made Perfect (April 2017): Expanding Your Single Event Practice
Into a Mass Torts Practice
- Mass Torts Made Perfect (October 2017): Finding Mass Torts in Your Backyard
- GTLA Lead Savannah Panel Discussion (2017): Building a Personal Injury
- GTLA Lead Savannah Panel Discussion (2018): Building a Personal Injury
- National Trial Lawyers' Summit (January 2019): The Power of a Dynamic Re-Direct
- Connectionology Seminars of America (Charleston) (2018): Effective Settlement
- Connectionology Seminars of America (Charlotte) (2018): Negligent Security Cases
- Savannah Hungry Club Forum (October 2018): Safety and Civil Justice Issues
Affecting the Minority Community.
In each capacity, Chadrick has lectured on topics related to tort law,
social justice, and/or leadership. Chadrick envisions The Mance Law Firm
as becoming one of the most accomplished litigation firms in the United
States. He hopes that his firm will continue to vindicate the rights of
its clients by using the law to achieve a desirable and just outcome for
the injured, downtrodden, and neglected.
Call (912) 574-4529 to speak to a Savannah personal injury attorney!