Lance LoRusso is a civil litigator with a law enforcement background. He focuses his practice on critical incident & media response, catastrophic personal injury, tractor trailer wrecks, and wrongful death cases. Lance is honored to serve as General Counsel to the Georgia State Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Lance has represented over 80 officers on-duty shootings or in-custody deaths and has lectured on deadly force and other topics to law enforcement officers from more than twenty-five states, several federal agencies, and international police associations.
He has been a firearms instructor for over 25 years, serves as a use of force expert, and regularly consults with attorneys defending law enforcement officers in use of force and criminal cases brought against them in the performance of their duties.
Lance holds an undergraduate degree from Emory University and a Master’s degree from Kennesaw State University. He graduated with honors from Georgia State University College of Law. He is licensed to practice in Georgia, Tennessee, & Arkansas.
Lance’s books, When Cops Kill about use of force incidents and Blue News covering police and media response, were written to raise money for law enforcement charities. To date, over $25,000 has been donated to assist officers, their families and their survivors. He has also written several fiction books inspired by his experiences as a cop and his work with first responders.