Gene’s educational background includes a master’s degree from Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri and his law degree from The University of Georgia.


Gene is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Atlanta Bar Association, the Lawyers Club of Atlanta, and the Association for Professional Responsibility Lawyers. Gene has been a speaker and panel member for many continuing legal education seminars in the area of legal ethics and professional responsibility. He provides his clients and parties in mediation with a grounded, practical, and creative approach to working through challenges.



Gene Chapman’s professional experience includes nonprofit organizations, law firms, and faith-based organizations. He worked as ethics and discipline counsel for the State Bar of Georgia for over eleven years, handling scores of disciplinary cases from the investigation stage to a final opinion issued by the Supreme Court of Georgia. In private practice, Gene handles matters in the areas of professional licensing, certification for professional licensure, personal injury, estate matters, family law, and commercial litigation.

Gene began work as discipline counsel for the State Bar of Georgia in 1995. Gene’s practice with the State Bar involved working to enforce the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct. After eleven years with the State Bar, Gene went back to private practice and worked with an insurance defense firm on matters involving primarily property and casualty claims. In 2008, Gene launched his own firm to focus on professional licensing matters and professional certification. Gene’s experience pays dividends for clients facing complaints with their professional licenses, whether it is a grievance, agency investigation, peer review board, or other instance involving professional certification. He also assists clients applying for professional licensure and the process of certification when the client is seeking renewal or reinstatement of a professional license.

Several years ago, Gene expanded his practice to become a neutral in mediation and arbitration proceedings. He is a registered neutral with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution and serves as a mediator and arbitrator. Gene neutral practice includes disputes involving personal injury, family law, churches, and other faith-based institutions.