Robert L. Lambert

Robert L. Lambert, Jr., P.C.
Brunswick, Georgia 31520


Areas Of Practice

Child Custody
Personal Injury
Workers' Compensation


Robert L. Lambert, Jr. is a native of Gadsden, AL.  He received his undergraduate degree in Government, History and english from the University of Texas at Austin in 1987.  He received his law degree from the University of Mississippi School of Law in 1990 where he graduated at the top of his class.  He has practiced law for 23 years as a general civil litigator.  He is a recognized expert in the field of workers’ compensation, labor and employment law, and environmental law.  He is a frequent speaker to employers and managers on workers’ compensation, labor and employment law issues.  He is an active member of Georgia State Bar workers’ compensation, labor and employment law, and environmental law sections; and the Valdosta/Lowndes County Bar Association.  He is admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia.

Mr. Lambert is a registered General Civil Mediator and Arbitrator; and a registered Domestic Mediator/Arbitrator with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution which means he has the requisite training, requirements and experience as established by the Georgia Supreme Court.

Mr. Lambert has more than 23 years experience and training with both private and court connected cases in Georgia.

At its core, arbitration is a form of dispute resolution. Arbitration is the private, judicial determination of a dispute, by an independent third party. An arbitration hearing may involve the use of an individual arbitrator or a tribunal. A tribunal may consist of any number of arbitrators though some legal systems insist on an odd number for obvious reasons of wishing to avoid a tie. One and three are the most common numbers of arbitrators. The disputing parties hand over their power to decide the dispute to the arbitrator(s). Arbitration is an alternative to court action (litigation), and generally, just as final and binding (unlike mediation, negotiation and conciliation which are non-binding).

108 East North Street

Valdosta, GA 31601

Phone: 229-292-8989

Email:  [email protected]