Law Offices of Gregory S. Smith
"Client-Centered Legal Representation"
Downtown DC Office:  1200 19th Street, N.W., 3rd Floor, Washington, D.C.  20036
Capitol Hill Office:  913 East Capitol Street, S.E., Washington, D.C.  20003
; Phone: 202.460.3381; Fax: 877.809.9113

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Greg Smith:  "Client-Centered Legal Representation"

Greg serves (or has served) as a member of Criminal Justice Act (CJA) panels in the U.S. District Courts for D.C. and Maryland, in the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fourth and D.C. Circuits, and in the D.C. Court of Appeals and D.C. Superior Court.
--Throughout his career, Greg has personally represented pro bono and indigent clients, including 9/11 victims and detainees at Guantanamo. In 2012, DC's highest court listed Greg on its HIGH Pro Bono Honor Roll:  

--Greg was appointed by the D.C. Board of Professional Responsibility as one of its Hearing Committee 

Greg's publications in major legal journals include a Legal Times article on the Crime Victims' Rights Act:

Service to the Legal Profession and the Public

Greg currently serves as an elected member of the mandatory DC Bar's Board of Governors:

Greg is also Immediate Past President of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC):

Greg previously was President of the Atlanta Bar Association in 1998-99,, and helped start from scratch a lawyer-written talent show, entitled "A Courthouse Line," performed in a major theater by 70 judges and attorneys. This "Atlanta Bard" musical show has since become a regular event, raising over $200,000 for charity, and bringing practitioners and judges from different backgrounds together in an atmosphere designed to promote collegiality and keep lawyers from taking themselves too seriously.

Under Greg's bar leadership, his organizations also won the American Bar Association's Comprehensive Award of Achievement and the Atlanta Bar Association's Section of the Year Award

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