Geoffrey Calderaro

Senior Counsel

Atlanta, GA
D 470.681.2041


  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Management, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business, summa cum laude
  • Juris Doctor, University of Mississippi School of Law, summa cum laude

Interdisciplinary Teams

Mass Tort Litigation



Geoffrey F. Calderaro is a Senior Counsel in Freeman Mathis & Gary’s Atlanta office. Mr. Calderaro’s practice focuses on the defense of claims in the areas of tort and catastrophic loss, as well as appellate advocacy and insurance coverage and extra-contractual liability in Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama.  Mr. Calderaro works diligently to obtain the best possible resolution for his clients. Clients appreciate the focus and attention to detail he provides to resolving every matter as well as his ability to address potential issues which could arise in the future.

Mr. Calderaro’s Tort and Catastrophic Loss practice includes defense of claims involving premises liability, transportation, construction accidents, and negligent security.  He has significant experience with premises liability claims including negligent security, involving a wide range of premises owners and occupiers. In the transportation area, he has litigated cases involving personal and commercial vehicles, including trucking claims. 

In Mr. Calderaro’s appellate advocacy practice, he has handled appeals in the Georgia Supreme Court, Georgia Court of Appeals, Mississippi Supreme Court, and Mississippi Court of Appeals. In addition, he has assisted in appellate matters before the Eleventh and Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeals. 

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Publications & Engagements
  • “Promoting Democracy While Preserving Federalism: The Electoral College, The National Popular Vote, and the Federal District Popular Vote Allocation Alternative,” 82 Miss. L.J. Supra 287 (2013) for the Mississippi Law Journal.
  • The Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association – The Quarterly – “Important Differences Between the Federal and Mississippi Rules of Civil Procedures,” (Author) Winter 2020
  • Georgia Defense Lawyers Association and Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association
  • President of Oxford Area Young Lawyers Association (2018 – 2019)
  • MDLA Liaison Officer to the University of Mississippi School of Law (2019 – 2020)