Thomas E. Moran
Judge Thomas E. Moran graduated from Infantry OCS Class Number 42 Fort Benning, GA on 28 July 1942. Medically discharged, April 15, 1947 as Captain Infantry, AUS. | Law Education: Bachelor of Law, Atlanta Law School (L.L.B.) 1949; Atlanta Law School (L.L.B.) 1950; National College of the State Judiciary (University of Nevada) 1975; National College of the State Judiciary (Post-Graduate) 1977; National Judicial College (Post-Graduate) 1981; attended continuing legal education courses throughout career. Admitted to Georgia Bar on January 30, 1948; Judge, State Court of Fulton County (formerly Civil Court of Fulton County) September 17, 1974 to the present time. Term expires 1987. Formerly Assistant Solicitor, Criminal Court of Fulton County January 1, 1968 to March 20, 1971; Special Counsel to the Solicitor General, Criminal Court of Fulton County April 1, 1971 to October, 1973; Justice of the Peace January 1, 1973 to September 17, 1974; Engaged in the full time practice of Law from January 30, 1948 until appointed to the Bench on September 17, 1974. | Civil and Fraternal Affiliations: Gate City Lodge No. 2, Free and Accepted Masons; former Vice President Sandy Springs Chamber of Commerce; former Board of Directors Sandy Springs Chamber of Commerce; Disabled American Veterans; Retired Officers Association; American Legion Post 261; presently member Post 240; former Judge Advocate, American Legion Department of Georgia; Honorary member of Georgia Sheriffs Association; Smithsonian Associates National Member; Founder Georgia Marine Patrol; Buckhead Exchange Club. | His duty assignments include: 53rd Infantry Regiment, Cold Bay, AK; 138th Infantry, Cold Bay, Alaska and Umnak (Aleutian Islands); 387th Infantry Regiment, 97th Division, Fort Lawton, Seattle, WA and San Luis Obispo, CA. | His awards and decorations include: American Theater Ribbon; World War II Victory Medal; Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon w/1 Bronze Star; American Defense Ribbon. | Present Position: Senior Judge, State Court of Fulton County.