Attorneys Caroline Buchanan & M. Shanter Chaparro Join HBS Charleston
Caroline Buchanan focuses her practice on aging services and medical malpractice matters. Prior to joining HBS, Caroline was a law clerk for the Honorable Blake A. Hewitt of the South Carolina Court of Appeals.
She earned her Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of South Carolina, where she earned the CALI award in Advanced Family Law, Securities Regulation, and Gender-Based Violence. She was also an article editor for the ABA Real Property, Trust, and Estate Law Journal. She earned her Bachelor of Social Work, magna cum laude, from the University of Alabama.
M. Shanter Chaparro
Shanter Chaparro focuses on a broad range of business litigation, construction defect, personal injury, product defect, and general liability matters. His knowledge of the construction industry and business combined have allowed him to develop and implement litigation strategies that continuously deliver results aligned with his clients’ goals.
Prior to joining HBS, Shanter represented contractors and developers in complex construction defect litigation, including large multi-family and class action construction defect cases at a boutique law firm in Charleston. He also routinely represented other construction clients in premises liability, personal injury, and mechanic’s lien cases.
“We are so glad to have Caroline and Shanter join the Charleston team. We believe they will be valuable assets that will undoubtedly contribute to our collective success,” said Joseph D. “Trey” Thompson, III, managing partner of the Charleston office.
About Hall Booth Smith
Established in 1989, Hall Booth Smith, P.C. is a full-service law firm headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Experienced across a wide range of legal disciplines, HBS attorneys pride themselves on providing knowledgeable, proactive, client-specific counsel to individuals, domestic and international corporations, state and federal agencies, and nonprofit organizations. The firm’s promise: “Serving to Achieve Excellence.”