Attorney - Whit Carmon


Whit Carmon
Attorney at Law
HBS Atlanta Office

P: 404-586-6625
F: 404-954-5020
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Whit Carmon, a native Georgian, recently graduated from Mercer University School of Law where he graduated magna cum laude in the top 10% of his class and is with the Atlanta Office of Hall Booth Smith, P.C.  Mr. Carmon is adept at navigating regulatory and administrative law, gaining experience as a legal intern for the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) and as an assistant to  Professor Linda Jellum in the editing and publication of two textbooks in the area of Administrative law and Statutory Interpretation. Summers during law school, Mr. Carmon clerked under Presiding Judge John Ellington at the Georgia Court of Appeals and worked as a summer associate at Hall Booth Smith. Whit has been published in the Defense Counsel Journal, read by practitioners and litigators in the civil defense and insurance fileds and the Mercer Law Review, Evidence Survey, which provides an annual overview of significant developments in Georgia evidence law.At Mercer, he was a member of the law review, Brainerd Currie Honor Society, W. A. Bootle Inn of Court, and participated in various philanthropies including the Kid's Chance Tennis Tournament, Rebuilding Macon, and the Legal Food Frenzy. 
Mr. Carmon received his Bachelor of Arts in English at the University of Georgia, where he graduated magna cum laude. There he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the Arch Society, and the Phi Kappa Literary and Debate Society.

Practice Areas

Aging Services


J.D., Mercer University School of Law, 

B.A., University of Georgia


Georgia, 2016

Northern District of Georgia

Georgia Supreme Court
Georgia Court of Appeals


Evidence, Article published in Mercer Law Review, Annual Survey of Georgia Law, Fall 2017, Vol. 69.

Elderly Left Out of New Statutory Measures to Prevent Opioid Abuse, HBS Opioid Task Force Blog, September 2017.  

No Cents in Doing It Again: the Importance of Disclosing Insurance Coverage at Discovery, April 2016, Defense Counsel Journal: Vol. 83, No. 2, pp. 165-180.