Law Office

Norman H. Cuadra, Esq. 

        Norman graduated from the University of Florida in 1989 with a Bachelors Degree inHealth Science in Rehabilitative Services. After completion of his Bachelors Degree Norman went on to be a Probation Officer before attending law school. In 1995, Norman graduated from Nova Southeastern University Law School with his Juris Doctor. Soon after completion, Norman moved to Georgia to continue his practice of law. 

        Norman is currently a member of the Georgia State Bar, along with, The Georgia Court of Appeals and The Supreme Court of Georgia. Norman is also sworn into the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. In addition, Norman is also a Certified Municipal Court Judge, presiding for the City of Doraville, Georgia. 

      In his vast 18 year career, Norman has argued cases before the Georgia Court for Appeals and the Supreme Court of Georgia. In his free time, Norman enjoys coaching his kids soccer team and assisting in High School Mock Trials Programs. 

Chirag Patel, Esq.

          Chirag graduated from Georgia State University in 2008 with a Bachelors Degree in Science in Criminal Justice, cum laude. While in college, Chirag joined the United States Marine Corps and was stationed at the Marine Aircraft Group in Marietta, Georgia. In 2012, Chirag graduated from Mercer University School of Law with his Juris Doctor. Upon graduation, Chirag began his practice here at Cuadra & Patel, LLC. 

            Chirag is currently a member of the Georgia State Bar, along with, The Georgia Court of Appeals and The Supreme Court of Georgia. Chirag is also sworn into the Federal District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

          Chirag has had a vast amount of experience in the law from being a Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge S. Phillip Brown, in the Superior Court of Bibb County to being an Assistant District Attorney for the Gwinnett County District Attorney's Office (under the third year practice act). In addition to this experience, Chirag was also at the Federal Public Defender's Office for the Middle District of Georgia in 2012.