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Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Partner Marshall Kent Selected As A 2016 Legal Elite By Georgia Trend Magazine

Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP Partner Marshall Kent Selected As A 2016 Legal Elite By Georgia Trend Magazine


December 15, 2016

Atlanta, Ga. – Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP, Partner G. Marshall Kent Jr., was recently recognized by Georgia Trend magazine as one of the state's 2016 Legal Elite, a recognition determined solely by peer votes. Georgia Trend, the only statewide business publication in the market, covers topics relating to business, politics, and economic development throughout the state. Kent was recognized in the practice areas of bankruptcy and creditors’ rights. 

Kent is a member of the firm's litigation practice group, and practices in the areas of creditor/debtor rights, commercial, construction, bankruptcy and general corporate law. He has practiced law in the Atlanta metropolitan area since 1986, and is a member of the Atlanta Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the Lawyers Club of Atlanta, as well as the State Bar of Georgia and Mississippi. He received his undergraduate degree in economics from Franklin and Marshall College in 1979 and both a law degree and a masters of business administration degree from Emory University in 1983. Kent also received a master’s degree in tax law from Emory in 1989 and has served as the past President of the Northside Atlanta Kiwanis Club.

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