Carol is founder of Carol Clark Law, is a trial lawyer with more than thirty years of experience, specializing in mortgage banking, construction and lease contracts, and other real estate related matters. A “Double Dawg” graduate of the Honors Program at the University of Georgia and its law school, Ms. Clark currently serves on the Board of Governors for the State Bar of Georgia and is a Director for the Mortgage Banking Association of Georgia. She is also Past President of the Atlanta Lawyers Club, served as
chairperson of the 2000+ member Real Property Section
of the State Bar of Georgia, is a member of the American
College of Real Estate Lawyers, has presented papers at the
Real Property Law Institute, Mortgage Bankers Association
Legal Issues Conference, and has made occasional televised appearances, including The Layman’s Lawyer.
Her publications include the 4th and 5th Editions of Padrick’s RESPA, TILA HOEPA and ECOA in Real Estate Transactions, and the contribution of several chapters in Pindar's Georgia Real Estate Law and Procedure, Civil Procedure and Georgia Procedure, Property. She feels the secret to her many blessings is an old fashioned commitment to provide top service to her clients by a practical approach to dispute resolution with minimal expense. Her faith and philosophy of giving back to the community have been a hallmark of her career, and her awards for leadership and board service are many. She is proud of her A.V. rating from Martindale-Hubbell but is most proud of her clients’ continuing confidence. Carol has been named as a Georgia Super Lawyer and repeatedly as one of Georgia’s Fifty Top Female Lawyers by Atlanta Magazine, and also as one of Georgia's Top 100.
In May, 2008, Carol was awarded the prestigious George A. Pindar Award for lifetime achievement in real estate law. She was the first woman so honored and also the youngest ever named.