Brian Bellamy, J.D.   View Live Feed

Contact Info:

School Telephone: (229) 225-5050 x2705

Office/Mobile Tel.: (229) 228-5400 x3


More about me at LinkedIn and TCCHS.ORG

Planning time: Weekdays from 10:45am-11:35pm

Please call to schedule a parent conference or send me an email.

For more tennis, robotics, debate, and mock trial information: visit TCCHS.ORG.

Robotics, Engineering Design
Mock Trial & Moot Court
Speech & Debate
Tennis Coach

Brian is an owner at Clark & Bellamy, P.C., where he specializes in the area of Intellectual Property Law and helps clients develop strategies to protect inventions and business assets. Brian previously served as an Administrative Law Judge with the Georgia Office of State Administrative Hearings. Brian represented Georgia as a Special Assistant Attorney General and prosecuted cases for over 20 years. Brian participated in the debate team at Thomas County Central High School, which eventually led him on the path to being an attorney. After receiving an undergraduate degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering at Mercer University, Brian attended law school. Brian now works as both a teacher and an attorney.  He helps businesses develop strong brands through trademark protection in his law practice. In addition, Brian began teaching as an adjunct at Mercer University, with involvement in the FIRST Lego League, and as a volunteer coach of his oldest child's speech and debate team. He is now proud to bring rigorous engineering, reasoning, and law programs to TCCHS.

In 2020 Brian assumed duties as the head coach of the Thomas County Central High School tennis team. Brian has formal training in tennis through certified professionals, frequent tennis clinic attendance, and PTR training via Tennis University. With this training, he brings a sound philosophy to the tennis program focusing on fundamental strategies, techniques, and the development of increased athletic skills. 

"I commit to challenging every student to embrace their potential, desire knowledge, and seek the truth."