Mr. Greg Willis, paralegal, is a highly motivated student of the law with a decade of paralegal experience and strong military background. With a passion for research and a natural leadership ability, Mr. Willis is a father of three, a war veteran who participated in “Operation Enduring Freedom” in Afghanistan, and a college graduate. He started his goal of working in the legal field at Brown Mackie College—Atlanta earning an Associate of Applied Science degree in Paralegal Studies and continued his education at “South University” in Savannah GA and “Herzing University” in Atlanta GA, earning a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies.
Now he is happily building his professional career as a Litigation paralegal. Since graduating, Gregory has worked for several law firms, both big and small. Gregory is comfortable working independently or taking direction as a member of a team, resourceful, persuasive, and able to communicate ideas effectively to others, perceptive with the ability to listen, hear, and understand what is wanted and needed. Excellent attendance, punctual, timely, reliable, analytical with great problem-solving abilities, goal-directed with a sharp eye for detail, noted among peers, supervisors, and professors for commitment to qualify and desire to excel. Interpersonal and organizational skills abound while maintaining a high standard of professionalism, performance, and integrity always. Today, he has settled into Southworth PC, a boutique firm based out of Atlanta, Georgia, with an office in Washington D.C. that specializes in Federal Employment Law.
He loves working with attorneys and interacting with clients, believing, “each one has a different story, and each one develops into a unique relationship. The job requires patience, which is well worth a successful case. Helping clients is the most wonderful feeling.”
He also has become an author publishing books, when he is able to free himself from his commitment to the firm’s clients.