A.B., Georgetown University
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
Business Organizations; Real Property
As a member of both the New York and Georgia State bars, Professor Gatewood practiced for more than 18 years, specializing in a wide range of commercial, corporate and real estate transactions. During his private practice, Professor Gatewood was a partner and associate at Powell Goldstein LLP, where he represented a diverse group of corporate and institutional clients. He was also an associate with Troutman Sanders LLP and Weil Gotshal LLP in New York, and served as Assistant General Counsel for the Atlanta Housing Authority. In 2005, Professor Gatewood founded and was managing partner of his own private practice, where he practiced primarily in commercial lending and real estate law. A former member of the Board of Directors of the Business and Finance Law Section of the Atlanta Bar Association, Professor Gatewood joined the faculty of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in 2008.
Warrantless GPS Surveillance: Search and Seizure – Using the Right to Exclude to Address the Constitutionality of GPS Tracking Systems under the Fourth Amendment, 42 Univ. Of Mem. L. Rev. 303 (Winter 2011)
It’s Raining Katz and Jones: The Implication of United States v. Jones – A Case of Sound and Fury, 33 Pace L. Rev. 683 (Spring 2013)
District of Columbia Jones and The Mosaic Theory – In Search of a Public Right of Privacy: The Equilibrium Effect of the Mosaic Theory (92 Neb. L. Rev. 301 (Fall 2013)
The Evolution of the Right to Exclude – More than a Property Right, A Privacy Right (Forthcoming: 32 Miss. Coll. L. Rev. ___ (Spring 2014)