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Stanley M. Lefco

Attorney Stan Lefco's goal is to protect his clients’ best interests as well as to secure favorable outcomes in their cases. He is dedicated to resolving his clients' cases in the most cost-efficient, effective manner and strives to give each client the attention and care they need. When necessary, he assertively stands up for his clients' rights and effectively advocates for them in the courtroom.

Emory University School of Law, J.D., 1971
University of Virginia, B.A. Political Science, 1968

Admitted to state bar in 1971

  • Sandy Springs (President, 2005 - 2006) and Atlanta (Member, Sections on: Litigation; Real Estate) Bar Associations
  • State Bar of Georgia (Member, Real Estate Section)
  • Leadership Sandy Springs, Class of 2003
  • Vice Chair, Georgia Commission on the Holocaust (2004 - 2011)
  • Member: Sandy Springs Business Association (1999); Georgia Conservancy
  • Past Member: Atlanta Jaycees; Buckhead Business Association (1999); Atlanta Jewish Vocational Service, Inc.
  • Past Board Member, Sandy Springs Business Association (2001 - 2002)
  • Past Chair, United Way Evaluation Task Force
  • Past President: Georgia State B'nai B'rith; Gate City Lodge B'nai B'rith; Atlanta Chapter, Second Generation/Children of Holocaust Survivors
  • Past Secretary: Greenfield Hebrew Academy; Tax Allocation District Advisory Committee (Sandy Springs)
  • Past Vice President, Atlanta YAD
  • Past International Secretary, Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity
  • Founding Member and First President, Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, University of Virginia
  • Pro Bono Volunteer, Atlanta Bar Association, Jewish
  • Family and Career Services, Georgia Volunteer Lawyer for the Arts
  • "The Child as a Party in Interest in Custody Proceedings", Georgia State Bar Journal, Vol. 10 (May, 1974)
  • "The Three Year Legal Itch", Atlanta Magazine, September, 1976
  • Article on Atlanta's growth, Creative Loafing (1984)
  • "On Measuring Success", Hob Nob Magazine (1985)
  • Book analyzing the 1976 presidential campaign (unpublished)
  • "Ghost Alive!", Atlanta Realtor, December, 1993
  • Two novels (unpublished)
  • Book of shorts stories and skits (unpublished)
  • "Never Underestimate the Jury", Fulton County Daily Report, January 7, 1993
  • "Customer or Potential Client? The Brokerage Relationships in Real Estate Transactions Act", Fulton County Daily Report (special on real estate law), April, 1994
  • "Last Train To Clarkesville", Georgia Journal (May/June 1997)
  • "12 Rules of Home Buying", Wachovia Bank, On The House, August 1999
  • "Closing Attorneys: You Have the Right To Remain Silent; Anything You Say May (and Will) Be Held Against You!" Real Property Law Section Newsletter (State Bar of Georgia) Spring, 2005
  • Presenter: Seller Fraud, State Bar Real Property Institute (2006)
  • Real Estate Law, Law Lorman Educational Services