An Atlanta-based mostly law company that specializes in development and authorities contracts is opening a Nashville office.
Smith, Currie & Hancock declared Friday the opening of an office environment in downtown’s One Nashville superior-rise.
Jeanne Harrison, a Smith Currie affiliate, moved from Atlanta to Nashville to oversee the new office. Associate attorney Alex Hoppestad is also relocating to Nashville. Both equally are native Tennesseans.
Smith Currie partner Lochlin Samples, primarily based in Atlanta and Nashville, will provide as resident partner for the Nashville office environment, in accordance to a release, and the organization lists five supplemental attorneys certified in Tennessee.
In addition to Nashville and Atlanta, Smith Currie has workplaces in 8 other towns, like Miami, San Francisco and Charlotte. The company cited advancement in Nashville as a driving issue in opening in the town.
“As a countrywide design sector regulation agency, Smith Currie’s companions and leadership crew feel Nashville is ideally positioned for continued, unparalleled development progress and our firm’s expansion to the town,” Harrison reported in the release.