Sheila Bilimoria is an associate at Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C. and works in a variety of practice areas, including but not limited to personal injury, civil litigation, employment law, and business litigation.
Sheila was born in Sandersville, Georgia and raised in Macon. She graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia in 2012 where she earned two bachelor’s degrees: one in philosophy and one in journalism, with a focus in advertising. She then attended Georgia State University College of Law, graduating cum laude in 2015 and with highest pro bono distinction for completing over 150 hour of pro bono service.
In law school, Sheila served as Associate Research Editor for the Law Review, a pupil of the Logan E. Bleckley Inn of Court, and the 2014-15 Advertising Chair for the Public Interest Law Association. Sheila was also an active member of the Mock Trial team and competed in many competitions. In her third year she was the 2015 AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition Regional Champion for the Southeastern Region. In her second year, she clerked for the Honorable Robert Benham at the Georgia Supreme Court. Sheila also served as the Vice President of Community Outreach for the Public Interest Law Association where she created a partnership with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation and GSU Law which still exists to this day.
Prior to joining Parks, Chesin & Walbert, P.C., Sheila represented plaintiffs in a variety of personal injury and wrongful death cases, including medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, trucking and auto accidents, premises liability, and negligent security. Sheila has represented clients through all stages of litigation, including trial.
Sheila is licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia and is admitted before all trial and appellate Georgia courts, as well as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the American Association for Justice and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. Sheila was recently appointed to the Advisory Board for the Georgia State College of Law Public Interest Law Association.
In her free time Sheila enjoys baking, painting, and exploring the Atlanta food scene.