Murray M. Silver was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1929. Attended Charles Ellis Elementary School, Richard Arnold Junior High School, Benedictine Military School, Armstrong Junior College, University of Georgia School of Law graduating in 1953. Practiced law in Georgia for 44 years, as a major, internationally known trial lawyer, with offices in Atlanta, Ga. Appointed Judge, Municipal Court of Atlanta, Ga., by Hon. Andrew Young, Mayor, served eight years with distinction.
Judge Silver is available for Public Appearances. He has been the Key Note Speaker at:-
Georgia State Bar Association; Atlanta, Ga.
Hilton Head Preparatory School, Hilton Head Island, S.C. , 2007, 2008.
Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, Savannah, Ga. “The Official Civil Rights Museum of Georgia,”
Savannah Exchangettes Club, Savannah, Ga.
Havergal College, Toronto, Canada, “Outstanding Girls Preparatory College in Canada.” First International Video-Teleconference, 2009, One hour presentation including Question & Answers.
Benedictine Military School, 50th Annual Class Reunion, Savannah, Ga.
Recipient of the highly cherished “LANE & LIVINGSTON MEDAL,” awarded by Armstrong State University, Linda M. Bleicken, President.