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Smith Hulsey & Busey Adds New Shareholder

John Wallace to strengthen firm’s environmental, land use practices

 

Smith Hulsey & Busey is proud to welcome its newest lawyer, John Wallace,  as a shareholder in the firm.

Wallace represents clients in the areas of environmental law, real estate, and land use and zoning law, with an emphasis on litigation. He helps clients navigate regulatory and compliance issues before state and federal agencies and has extensive experience litigating environmental matters.

“John is an outstanding addition to our team,” said Steve Busey, chairman of the firm. “His land use, regulatory and compliance experience will be of tremendous value to our growing environmental and real estate practice groups.”

Prior to joining Smith Hulsey & Busey, Wallace practiced with two other Jacksonville firms and served as an Assistant State Attorney in the Fourth Judicial Circuit, where he tried numerous jury trials and bench trials.

A Jacksonville native, Wallace graduated from the University of Georgia School of Law and received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Auburn University.

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