Virginia, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, is a Partner with Hall Booth Smith, P.C. As a child, she lived in various South Georgia towns; her family moved to the Atlanta area where she attended high school. She later attended the University of Georgia where she received a B.A. in Psychology in 1998. In 2002, she graduated from the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University.
After graduating from law school, Virginia moved to Valdosta where she worked with a local insurance defense law firm for approximately a year and a half before joining HBS. Virginia's practice areas include medical malpractice, premises liability, product liability, motor vehicle liability, and real estate. Virginia is admitted in all State Courts and in the Federal Middle District of Georgia.
Virginia N. Hall, along with several other attorneys at HBS, represents clients concerning Environmental, Mass Tort and Land Use issues. Specifically, Virginia has worked with various counties in the South Georgia area concerning Land Use and Environmental issues that these counties face frequently, including but not limited to zoning issues, eminent domain, special use permits, building permits, plat approvals. Virginia's clientele also includes small, medium and large land development companies, lenders,and individual home owners involving all areas of Land Use that can and may arise in such developments.