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Macon, Georgia 31201-5088

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General Litigation
Receivership/Fiduciary Law
Business and Commercial Law
Railroad Defense
Construction Litigation

Georgia, 2011

Regent School of Law, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 2011 J.D.
Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama, 2007 B.A.

John. A Wilkerson


John A. Wilkerson joined Hall, Bloch, Garland & Meyer, LLP in February of 2019 as an associate. John was admitted to the bar in the fall of 2011. Prior to joining Hall, Bloch, Garland & Meyer, John represented real estate developers, nursing homes, and financial institutions in a wide variety of litigation. John has also represented both construction companies and individuals in construction defect, contract, and insurance coverage disputes.

John also has extensive experience representing trustees, receivers, and other fiduciaries in Georgia’s courts, administrative proceedings, and arbitration. John continues practicing in all these areas in Hall Bloch’s litigation section.

John graduated from Samford University in 2007, where he received a scholarship as a member of the Samford Debate Team. While at Samford, John was a three-time qualifier for the prestigious national debate tournament and was honored by the Cross-Examination Debate Association as an All-American as a sophomore. John graduated from Regent School of Law in 2011. While at Regent, John was selected to compete on behalf of Regent at the American Bar Association National Moot Court Competition as a second-year law student. John also served as a member of the Moot Court Board as a third-year law student and again competed on behalf of Regent during his final year.

John is admitted to practice in all of Georgia’s State and Federal Courts.

John is married to Stephanie Firth Wilkerson and has a son, Hal. They attend Martha Bowman United Methodist Church. John enjoys reading, particularly on historical subjects. John follows the University of Georgia’s athletic teams and enjoys spending time with his family.

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