C. Edward Goodgame

PRACTICE AREA: Closings, Commercial Transactions



University of Tennessee - Chattanooga (B.A., Cum Laude, Blue Key National Honor Society 1977)

University of Tennessee (J.D. 1981)


Tennessee, 1989; Georgia, 1981

Ed’s career was rich in real estate experience when he joined Campbell & Brannon in 2013. He began at Title Insurance Company of Chattanooga as Vice President/General Counsel and he became very familiar with title insurance, title examinations, and real estate closings. Later, he followed his desire to gain experience in trial work and became the Assistant Attorney General for the State of Tennessee, Real Property Division and was responsible for handling eminent domain cases throughout a 20 county area of middle and east Tennessee. Ed made the move to Atlanta area after marrying an Atlanta native and has practiced real estate law in the area since 1990. His focus includes residential and commercial real estate closings, as well as foreclosures and landlord/tenant matters.

Ed was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee and now lives in Sandy Springs, Georgia.  He married his best friend, Anne, in 1988. Together, they have a grown daughter named Anne Elizabeth and an Australian Shepherd named Faulkner. During Anne Elizabeth’s childhood, Ed was a constant volunteer at her schools and also served as a judge for the Mock Trial Competition at Furman University from 2010 to 2013. Ed has several nieces and nephews and proudly boasts that he was the fun uncle that spoiled them before having a daughter of his own to spoil. He and his wife are actively involved at their church, Mount Vernon Baptist in Sandy Springs, as well as the Georgia Festival Chorus. In his spare time, Ed enjoys traveling, skiing, and tennis. He is a self-proclaimed “fanatic” when it comes to SEC football and loves his Vols.



  • State Bar of Georgia, Real Property Law Section
  • State Bar of Tennessee
  • Georgia Real Estate Closing Attorneys Association

Presentations and awards

  • Blue Key National Honor Society