Clark is a litigation associate with The Fry Law Firm with his work concentrating primarily on representing individuals who have been injured through the negligence of another. Clark graduated from the University of South Carolina with a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Experimental Psychology. Clark earned his Juris Doctor Degree from Georgia State University, College of Law, where he graduated Cum Laude.
During Law School at Georgia State, Clark focused on litigation. He was a member of the Mock Trial team for two years and was involved in Litigation Clinics where he assisted individuals in obtaining Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Relief, and helped another obtain a protective order and a child support award from a previous spouse. Further, during his time in law school, Clark interned for the Public Defender’s Office, worked for multiple personal injury firms, a commercial litigation firm, and an insurance defense firm. Most notably, during his time in school, Clark clerked for the Georgia Supreme Court in the Chambers of then Presiding Justice, currently Chief Justice, Harris Hines.
Clark resides in Buckhead with his wife Katie. The two met in undergrad at the University of South Carolina and have been inseparable since. In his spare time, Clark enjoys staying active, which includes lifting weights, cardio, aerobics, and yoga. Clark also enjoys traveling, playing golf and tennis, and cheering on his Gamecocks whenever possible.