Clara L. Fryer
Clara Fryer received her undergraduate degree from Troy State University and her J.D. from the University of Alabama. Ms. Fryer focused on developer/community association law while in law school, and later as a clerk and then an associate at Hyatt and Rhoads, a nationally recognized leader in the field. In 1990 she returned to her first love, the “neighborhood closing practice”. She continues to work with realtors, builders and consumers from their neighborhood, “home” perspective. Ms. Fryer has been consistently recognized by Atlanta Magazine as an Atlanta “Superlawyer”, and as one of the top 50 women lawyers in the state. She also served as the title industry representative at the 2008 Federal Reserve Housing Summit held in Atlanta.
Ms. Fryer is a Member of the State Bar of Georgia and a past Board Member of the Georgia Real Estate closing Attorney Association. Ms. Fryer has co-authored several industry-related publications, including “Buying a Home” (State Bar of Georgia); “Representing Condominium Unit Purchasers” (GA Bar Journal); and “Recommended Changes in the Law Affecting Condominium and Homeowner Assns. In Georgia” (G.S.U. Law Review), and was co-reporter for the Alabama Condominium Act and Common Interest Ownership Act; JD Univ. of Alabama.