The Athens Area Society for


Human Resource Management 

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HR Legal Update

  • 10 May 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Athens Country Club

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J. Edward (Ed) Enoch has practiced law in Augusta for more than 20 years.

Ed’s practice focuses on representing closely-held businesses and their owners, to include formation, transition, business planning, estate planning, employment law and real estate.

He graduated magna cum laude from Washington and Lee School of Law in 1992.

His undergraduate degree is in Economics from Rollins College, where he graduated as valedictorian of his class with highest honors. 

Before becoming an attorney, Ed served ten years in the United States Navy submarine force as a nuclear power plant operator.

Ed has served in numerous leadership positions in his community including:

  • President of the Augusta-Aiken Society for Human Resource Management Chapter,
  • District Director for the Georgia State SHRM Council,
  • President of the Augusta South Rotary Club,
  • Chairman of the Board of the Metro Family Y;
  • Executive Committee Member for the United Way;
  • Scoutmaster, Boy Scout Troop 45. 

In 2013 Ed was honored at the SHRM Georgia HR Leader of the Year due in part to his contribution to a Pinnacle Award winning program to bring employment skills to Drug Court participants

In 2008 Ed received the United Way’s highest volunteer honor, the Alvin W. Vogtle Volunteer of the Year Award.   

Ed frequently speaks on employment and management issues including speeches at:

  • Local SHRM chapters,
  • Columbia County Chamber of Commerce;
  • Augusta Chapter of the Georgia Society of CPAs ,
  • CSRA Medical Managers Association, and
  • Georgia Chapter of the American College of Physicians Annual Conference. 

In 2005 Ed presented on the national level at the Society of Human Resource Managers Annual Conference on “Burquas to Yarmulkes, Religion in the Workplace.”

Ed is certified as a “Group Exercise” and “Boot Camp” Fitness Instructor.

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