Smith N. Wilson

Born in Statesboro, Georgia, Smith graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in History in 2006. She earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Memphis School of law in 2010. While in law school, Smith served as a student bar governor and was elected graduation speaker by her peers.

After moving back to Georgia, Smith began her legal career as an Assistant Solicitor in Hall County, Georgia, prosecuting misdemeanor crimes. Prior to joining Gardner Willis Sweat Plaire & Pickett, LLP, Smith served as an Assistant District Attorney for Dougherty County. As an Assistant District Attorney, she was responsible for the prosecution of felony crimes including crimes against the elderly, serious violent felonies, and cases involving complex litigation. Smith is a member of the firm’s business litigation team where her practice focuses on representation of financial institutions and companies.

Smith continues her commitment to the community by volunteering with the Albany Area Arts Council and Girls, Inc. Additionally, she is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Dougherty Circuit Bar Association, the United States District Court for Middle District of Georgia, and the Georgia Court of Appeals. Smith and her husband, Bob, have one daughter and are members of First United Methodist Church of Albany. She has been recognized as a community leader by her selection as a member of the “40 Under Forty” honorees by the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce in 2016.

Learn More About Smith’s Areas of Practice

Banking | Business Law | Bankruptcy | Real Estate | General Litigation and Appeals

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