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New Health Care Attorney Joins Atlanta Office

New Health Care Attorney Joins Atlanta Office


April 5, 2005

Spencer Joins Smith Moore Health Care Group

ATLANTA – One of Georgia's best-known health care attorneys has joined the Atlanta office of Smith Moore LLP.  Lori Spencer, who chairs the Health Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and is a former president of the Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys, has begun work as counsel in Smith Moore’s health care practice group.

"Lori's addition strengthens Smith Moore’s health care capabilities, and furthers the reputation of our health care practice area as one of the largest and fastest-growing in the Southeast," said Robert L. Wilson, Jr., Smith Moore's health care practice area leader.  "An attorney with her experience and knowledge is an excellent strategic fit for our firm and our clients."

An alumna of Augustana College and Emory University School of Law, Spencer has spent most of her 25 year career at Emory University, serving first as chief legal counsel for the Emory hospitals and later as General Counsel for Emory Health Care, Inc., the health care system at the University.  She also has previous law firm experience in health care, academic medicine and general representation of nonprofits.

Smith Moore recently was recognized by the American Health Lawyers Association as the 22nd largest health care practice among all U.S. law firms.

Contact:  Steve Powell
For Smith Moore LLP
336-275-7000

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