Attorney General Chris Carr has appointed W. Wright Banks, Jr. to serve as Chief Deputy for the Georgia Department of Law.
In making the announcement General Carr commented:
Since becoming Georgia’s Attorney General, I have often relied on Wright’s steady guidance, and I am confident that he will continue to help lead the Department of Law and ensure we are providing legal guidance of the highest quality to our client agencies and the citizens we serve.
Previously, Wright served as Deputy Attorney General
for the Commercial Transactions and Litigation Division from 2012 – 2019. In that
role, he supervised three sections: Business and Finance; Real Property,
Construction, Transportation and Authorities; and Tax.
From 2007 to 2012, he served as the Section Leader of the
Business and Finance Section. Prior to that time, Wright worked in the Business
and Finance Section practicing areas of law, including alcoholic beverage
regulation, bankruptcy, insurance and procurements.
The complete press release is available here