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HBS Adds Associate Mary Stamper Grogan in Columbus

Grogan Joins Columbus Social Card9

COLUMBUS, GA – September 14, 2022 – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) is pleased to welcome Associate Mary Stamper Grogan to its Columbus office.

Mary Stamper focuses her practice on the defense of medical malpractice matters. Prior to joining HBS, she clerked for the Honorable Judge Charles Weigle, Federal Magistrate Judge for the Middle District of Georgia, Macon Division, as well as the Honorable Judge Stephen Hyles, Federal Magistrate Judge for the Middle District of Georgia, Columbus Division.

Mary Stamper earned a J.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where she served as the External Chair of the Trial Advocacy Board. She also holds a B.A. in Liberal Studies, with minors in Psychology, Religion, and Political Science from the University of Mississippi.

“We welcome Mary Stamper to the HBS family, and we are thrilled to add an attorney with her experience to our team in Columbus,” said Paul Ivey, a Partner who oversees the Columbus office.

About Hall Booth Smith

Established in 1989, Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) is a full-service law firm with six regional offices strategically located throughout Georgia, as well as offices in Birmingham, Alabama; Charleston, South Carolina; Asheville and Charlotte, North Carolina; Jacksonville, Miami, Tallahassee, Tampa, St. Petersburg and West Palm Beach, Florida; Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee; Little Rock and Rogers, Arkansas; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Denver, Colorado; Paramus, Red Bank and Saddle Brook, New Jersey; and New York City and White Plains, New York. 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.” To learn more, please visit: or connect with us on LinkedIn.


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