Edward Howden’s practice primarily revolves around transactional law, with a particular emphasis on real estate and government transactions. He specializes in providing expert counsel to municipalities and counties, assisting them with various transactional matters such as land development, expansion projects, and procurement.
Before joining Jarrard and Davis, Ed gained experience as an Associate at a respected law firm in the Atlanta area, where he focused on eminent domain, corporate law, and commercial real estate transactions. His comprehensive background in these areas equips him with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate complex legal issues and deliver optimal outcomes for his clients.
Ed holds a Juris Doctor degree from Emory University School of Law, where he served as a Managing Editor of the Emory International Law Review. During his time at Emory, he demonstrated a strong commitment to transactional law, earning a Transactional Law Certificate.
A native of Atlanta, Ed has a deep connection to the local community and is actively involved in staying abreast of the city’s vibrant developments. He takes great pleasure in exploring Atlanta’s many neighborhoods and is particularly interested in the latest advancements in cryptocurrency and decentralized finance.
Ed is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and is licensed to practice in all Georgia state and superior courts, as well as the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Northern District of Georgia.