Jill Arnold is an attorney with the zoning and land use practice of Pursley Friese Torgrimson.
She focuses her practice on zoning, planning and land use, local government law and land use litigation. She represents property owners, builders and developers across Georgia.
Before joining Pursley Friese Torgrimson in 2015, Jill practiced with Partners Doug Dillard and Julie Sellers at Weissman, Nowack, Curry & Wilco.
She also co-authored the book Zoning and Land Use Law in Georgia, the first zoning and land use guide for Georgia.
A native of Nashville, Jill holds both a law degree and a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning. At Georgia State College of Law, Jill was an Urban Fellow with the College’s Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth and was President of the Georgia State Moot Court program. She also earned a certificate in land use and environmental law.
She regularly speaks on land use, zoning, smart growth and sustainable development at industry, community and academic events. Jill is a member of the Urban Land Institute of Atlanta and the Council for Quality Growth.
- Speaker, “Georgia Zoning and Land Use Law: Recent Trends”, The Real Property Law Institute, May, 8, 2015, Destin, Florida
- Speaker, “Zoning and Planning Law in Georgia”, Georgia Land Use Law Seminar, March 3,2015, Georgia World Congress Center
- Frequent Guest Lecturer, Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning