John P. Brocard was born in Washington D.C.. He was admitted to the
Georgia bar in 1978, the Maryland bar in 1979, and the Washington D.C. bar
in 1986. He established his Marietta law practice in 1992 and
with over 35 years of experience he has helped thousands of people
in their time of legal need. Regardless of whether clients faced
criminal or DUI or substance abuse charges, the loss of their driving
privilege, or a significant personal injury, John Brocard
has been there to help them.Law Clerk to the Honorable H. Ralph Miller Law trial court judge
for the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, Maryland.
Education Potomac School of Law, JD Degree with Honors; Furman University,
1975 - BA in Political Science, Football, SAE Fraternity.
Professional Associations Member of State Bar of Georgia, Cobb County
Bar Association, formerly Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Maryland
and the District of Columbia Bar Associations.
Active member, former Deacon and Sunday school teacher at Johnson
Ferry Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia.
Previous Civic Activities - youth sports coach for little league baseball;
community football coach at Wheeler High School for 10 years; YoungLife
committee and host home for Wheeler High School; member of Kiwanis Club, local draft
board, board of trustees of East Marietta Rams, Mountain Top Boys
Home and Sope Creek Elementary School Advisory board.
attended Furman University in Greenville. S.C.; was a member of the football
team and graduated with a B.A. in Political Science in 1975. John then pursued a law degree
at the Potomac School of Law and graduated in 1978 receiving a J.D.
degree with honors.
On a personal note in 2004, John and his wife Fair were called into para-church ministry to reach out to parents of struggling teens and young adults and are the founders of Prodigal Child Ministries Inc., a 501 (c) (3) foundation.
As parents witnessing the struggles of one of their own children and the blessings that followed, John and Fair felt it important to offer support and encouragement to other hurting parents.
A prodigal child, simply stated, is a child regardless of age who has rebelled against biblical and family values. The hurt, rejection, lack of support and understanding in situations involving such struggling families led the Brocard's to form a Bible Study and support group. The educational materials used to assist the couples in dealing with their prodigal children brought peace, freedom, hope, and a new understanding and purpose to the parents of struggling teens and young adults.
Personal referrals are the heart of Brocard & Brocard P.A. clients
and after you retain John Brocard, you will understand why his law
practice has helped so many people and gained their trust.