Sandro Stojanovic is an associate in the Atlanta office of Hall Booth Smith, P.C. He received his B.A. in International Studies from the University of Georgia and his J.D. from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. Mr. Stojanovic received a CALI award for the highest grade in his Legal Writing class and was a member of the International Law Students Association. While at UGA, Mr. Stojanovic was the President of the International Affairs Council, where he was responsible for arranging multiple speaking engagements with international policy experts and diplomats.
With over six years in the legal field, Mr. Stojanovic has assisted with approximately 50 litigation cases involving medical malpractice. He has case experience with professional negligence, dental, labor and delivery, long-term care, physical therapy, contract disputes and immigration matters. Mr. Stojanovic's day-to-day practice will be enhanced by his expertise with drafting pleadings, trial preparation and trial proceedings.
Mr. Stojanovic's practice is also focused on business immigration and family-based immigration. Being able to speak 5 different languages, he will be able to assist many clients in ensuring that their employment practices comply with all business immigration-related requirements. Mr. Stojanovic’s practice includes family-based immigration, more specifically visas, permanent residence applications, and citizenship.
Mr. Stojanovic is the President of the Georgia Handball Club, Inc., a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion of team handball in the State of Georgia.
Bachelor of International Affairs, University of Georgia, 2009
Juris Doctorate, John Marshall Law School, 2016
Superior Courts of Georgia, 2016
Georgia Court of Appeals, 2016
Supreme Court of Georgia, 2016
Northern District of Georgia, 2016
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, 2016
State Bar of Georgia
Georgia High School Mock Trial Program, Attorney Coach
American Bar Association
Atlanta Bar Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association