Leigh Langston Clack is a life-long resident of Atlanta, growing up in Martin Manor and living in Pine Hills for over 25 years, where she has raised her two sons and has served as an officer of the Pine Hills Civic Association and the Roxboro Valley Association. Her education includes Emory Law School (J.D.), Georgia State University Business School (Master’s in Taxation), University of Georgia (B.S. in Psychology with Honors), and North Fulton High School in Garden Hills. She has been a residential closing attorney for over 25 years and has managed several offices.
Leigh served on the Executive Committee of the State Bar of Georgia Real Estate Section and as Chairperson of the Atlanta Bar Association Real Estate Section. She has held both Georgia Salesperson and Broker real estate licenses, and she served as Secretary to the Atlanta Women’s Council of Realtors, where she was awarded Affiliate of the Year. Leigh has authored several publications, including “Preparing for a Closing” (The Practical Lawyer); “The Psychology of a Closing” (Atlanta Real Estate Magazine), and the “Buying a Home” handbook for the State Bar of Georgia, and in addition has written and presented dozens of articles and seminars to the real estate industry, including attorneys, law students, real estate agents and mortgage professionals.