Eric Teusink is the founding and managing partner of Williams Teusink, LLC and is a real estate and business attorney who handles both transactions and litigation. Eric represents lenders, borrowers, purchases, and sellers in commercial real estate transactions for all property types, including, but not limited to multifamily, office, and retail. Eric serves as outside corporate counsel for numerous entrepreneurial companies. Eric’s litigation practices focuses primarily on disputes regarding title, contract, real property, or business.
In addition to his work as a lawyer, Eric is a registered neutral who frequently serves as a mediator and appointed special master.
Eric graduated cum laude from the Georgia State University College of Law where he served as an officer on the Moot Court Board and was a barrister in the Bleckley Inn of Court. Prior to attending law school Eric graduated with degrees in Political Science and Economics from the University of Georgia.
Eric currently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School, is a Past-President of the Red Clay Democrats, a Past-Chair of the UGA at Oxford Development Board, a Past-Member of the Georgia State College of Law Alumni Board, and a Past-Member of the College Football Hall of Fame Advisory Board.
Eric was honored to be a member of the 2011 LEAD Atlanta Class, the 2013 Urban Land Institute Center for Leadership Class, and the 2016 State Bar of Georgia YLD Leadership Academy. Additionally, he was named to the inaugural Georgia State University 40 Under 40 class in 2018 and as Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2019.
Along with his wife and two children, Eric resides in the Grant Park neighborhood of Atlanta. In his spare time he enjoys running, camping, collecting records and vintage books, nerding out on craft beer, reading, supporting UGA athletics, and taking cross country road trips with his family in their camper, not necessarily in that order.