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Acacia Wilson, Esq.

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Acacia Wilson, Esq., Contributing Author

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Acacia Wilson brings a decade of small and large law firm experience to FindLaw. After she made the move into legal content creation, she became well-versed in SEO.

Acacia earned her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law, and she resides in Georgia.

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