Robert Mack has qualified as a candidate for Superior Court Judge of Clayton County. This position is a county-wide, non-partisan office whose election is decided in the July 20, 2004 primary.
Mack 47, lives in Jonesboro with Rochelle, his wife of 23 years, and their three children, Rachel, 21, Robert III, 19, and Ryan 15. Mack is a partner in the law firm of Glaze, Harris, Arnold & Mack, P.C. and he received his law degree from Georgia State University Law School in 1993.
Robert Mack has represented thousands of clients in both civil and criminal matters in the local and metro-area county courts. In addition, he also practices before the Georgia Court of Appeals, Georgia Supreme Court, United States District Court for both the Northern and Southern Districts, and the United States Court of Appeals 11th Circuit. As an experienced attorney Mack says that he will administer his judicial duties with "care, dedication and fairness."
Robert Mack is a member of Shiloh Baptist Church in Jonesboro where he serves as a Sunday school and Bible study teacher. He is also a member of the Clayton County Bar Association and serves as a coach and advisor for the Mock Trial Team at North Clayton High School and serves as an advisor for the Children and Courts Committee for the State Bar of Georgia. "My courtroom philosophy is to provide a fair playing field and as judge I will conduct the courtroom with decorum and professionalism and treat each and every individual with dignity and respect," Mack said.
Robert Mack believes that individuals who perform the duties of our judges are critically important for all citizens of this county. Mack says that he is well prepared and qualified to be a judge as he is an experienced attorney, he is knowledgeable in both state and federal law and he has the patience, temperament and ability to work with all people and segments of the community.
Mack's goal is, "To serve the citizens of Clayton County with dignity, respect, dedication and fairness while providing excellence in my judicial duties through capable and fair administration of all Superior Court proceedings."