Charles Wood practices in the area of commercial real estate and has worked on a wide array of projects, including retail developments, office uses, and mixed-use complexes.

Mr. Wood has represented diverse clients in the commercial real estate retail field, including “big box” anchor tenants, restaurants, shop space tenants, and developers and owners of strip shopping centers, malls and urban office-retail developments. His work in the office area has ranged from the national representation of companies with office space requirements to the development of multiple building office parks.


  • In the course of his real estate experience, Mr. Wood has been involved in a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions.
  • Has negotiated on behalf of clients ranging from the largest to the smallest with an emphasis on finding practical solutions to complicated issues, including involving retail redevelopment projects, the acquisition, development and leasing of shopping centers, office development, leasing and financing, and multiple acquisitions from bankruptcy.


  • Associate Editor of the Alabama Law Review
  • Author of The Wills Branch of the Doctrine of Worthier Title and Renunciation of a Devise to Escape Creditors: City National Bank v. Andrews, 30 Alabama Law Review 595 (1979)
  • Author of The Uncertain Status of Exculpatory Clauses in Alabama: Alabama Great Southern Railroad v. Sumter Plywood Corporation, 30 Alabama Law Review 517 (1979)
  • Author and Presenter of Big Box/Smart Growth Ordinances: Bigger and Better – Is it Possible?
  • Presented at and participated in International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) conferences and published articles in various ICSC publications
  • “AV” Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell


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Commercial Real Estate


  • University of Alabama School of Law, J.D. 1980
  • Vanderbilt University, B.A. in English, cum laude 1976


  • State Bar of Georgia
  • State Bar of Alabama
  • ICSC