Anthony Hilbert focuses his practice on business and finance, mergers and acquisitions, and securities.
Prior to joining the firm, Anthony was a summer associate and then an associate in the Houston, Texas office of an international law firm where his practice focused on representing financial and strategic buyers and sellers in complex mergers and acquisitions, as well as assisting with corporate and securities matters for public and private companies principally on energy transactions.
While attending Emory University School of Law, Anthony served as a legal extern at a financial technology company based in Atlanta, Georgia and as a legal intern through the Rochester Legal Diversity Clerkship Program for a Fortune 500 company that produces and markets beer, wine, and spirits. He was also a Fellow in the TI:GER® Program, a collaboration between Emory University School of Law and Georgia Institute of Technology that focuses on technology commercialization in a multidisciplinary context.
Prior to starting his legal career, Anthony was Co-Owner and General Manager of a craft beer retail store and wholesaler.
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Emory University School of Law J.D. (2019) with honors
State University of New York at Buffalo M.A., Geography (2015) Arthur A. Schomburg Research Fellow
State University of New York at Buffalo B.A., Geography (2013) Concentration in International Trade, summa cum laude
Admitted Only in Texas. Not admitted in Georgia, practicing under the supervision of a Georgia licensed attorney.
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