Smith Moore Leatherwood
Smith Moore Leatherwood serves clients in the Southeast and across the nation through attorneys who are personally invested in solving clients' complex legal issues.
With offices located in Atlanta, Georgia; Charleston and Greenville, South Carolina; and in Charlotte, Greensboro, Raleigh, and Wilmington, North Carolina, Smith Moore Leatherwood has more than 165 attorneys who concentrate in a wide range of substantive areas.
Smith Moore Leatherwood commits to their clients to provide the highest quality legal services at a value that they perceive as fair and reasonable. They fulfill this commitment by establishing long lasting relationships with their clients based on three fundamental principles—trust, communication, and efficiency. This dedication to client success and legal excellence has distinguished Smith Moore Leatherwood's firm for nearly a century—since Julius C. Smith began his legal practice in 1919.
Trust is the backbone of a mutually rewarding relationship. Smith Moore Leatherwood strives to completely understand their clients’ businesses and needs and to become a "partner" in their future. By having a stake in their future, the firm's clients trust their advice to be in their best interest.
Successful relationships depend on consistent and productive communications. Smith Moore Leatherwood keeps in touch with our clients—anticipating their needs and challenges and focusing on true collaboration. By being proactive in communicating with their clients, the firm can often provide innovative solutions to unique problems and help their clients keep small issues from becoming big ones.
Smith Moore Leatherwood's clients deserve prompt and effective legal services. With a broad range of targeted services, the firm is equipped to respond immediately to most challenges that their clients face. By allocating their resources and applying different proficiencies to their clients' problems, Smith Moore Leatherwood can work efficiently with the client as a team to handle the various issues that confront them.