Nick Kinsley, originally from Perry, Georgia, is an associate in the Tifton office of Hall Booth Smith. He graduated magna cum laude from University of Georgia School of Law and was elected to membership in the Georgia Chapter of the Order of the Coif. While in law school, he worked as a summer law clerk for Martin Snow, LLP in Macon, GA and as an extern for the Rollins, Inc. legal department. He served on the Editorial Board and as an Online Editor of the Georgia Law Review. In addition, he was also a Research Assistant for Professor Hillel Levin. Nick received his undergraduate degree, magna cum laude with honors, from the University of Georgia. As a Sports Management major, Nick served as a high school football and tennis coach at Clarke Central High School in Athens.
Nick's practice is focused in the area of governmental liability and he works as an assistant county attorney for multiple counties in South Georgia. He has also represented counties, cities, and other governmental entities in defense of various claims.
Co-Authored Recent 7th Circuit Case Illustrates the Two Different Approaches to Deliberate Indifference, October 2016, HBS Correctional Health Care Law Blog