Whitney S. Brown
Whitney S. Brown joined our firm in January 2017. She focuses her practice on municipal bond law, securities law, commercial real estate matters, commercial lending, estate planning and probate. Whitney also has experience in copyright, trademark and art law.
A Gainesville native, Whitney moved back to her hometown to practice law after working in Atlanta, where she focused on estate planning and probate. Whitney served as an intern with Georgia Lawyers for the Arts during law school and later volunteered for the organization. During law school, she also served as an intern with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation working with victims of domestic violence.
Personal and Community Recognition
Whitney is a member of the State Bar of Georgia; the New York State Bar Association; the American Bar Association; the Gainesville-Northeastern Circuit Bar Association; and the National Association of Bond Lawyers.
Whitney is also a member of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, where she serves on the steering committee of Vision 2030 Public Art, and as an Associate Director for 2019-2020. Whitney is a Leadership Hall County graduate in the class of 2018-2019. The Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce awarded Whitney a Silver Shovel Award in recognition of her work as Chairperson of the Vision 2030 Public Art Block pARTy in 2018 and 2019.
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