David Guldenschuh is an attorney and native of Rome, Georgia. He is a 1981 cum laude graduate of the University of Notre Dame Law School. After serving a federal appeals court clerkship, he began practicing law in Atlanta at the firm of King & Spalding. Due to the serious illness of his daughter, David returned to Rome in 1990 where he joined the firm then known as Smith Shaw & Maddox. He started his current solo practice in 2004.
His practice includes business law and litigation, personal injury and automobile accidents, trusts, will and estates, employment discrimination law, election law, defamation law, constitutional law, appellate practice, and general civil practice.
For the past seven years, David has served as a Constitutional Law Policy Advisor to the Heartland Institute, a national public policy think tank based in Chicago. He is generally recognized as a leading authority on the “Article V Movement,” a bi-partisan effort among the states to use their constitutional authority to propose common sense amendments to the US Constitution.
In 2020, David was awarded the designation of Lieutenant Colonel, Aide De Camp Governor’s Staff, by Governor Brian Kemp recognizing him for his years of community and political service to the State of Georgia.
David is past President of the Rome Bar Association. Among other activities, he is the Governor’s appointee to the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission and he is a proud member of the Board of One Community United.