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Barbara Seymour spoke in the Lawyers’ Standing Against Racial Injustice Protest

Barbara Seymour spoke in the Lawyers’ Standing Against Racial Injustice Protest on June 4th in Columbia, South Carolina. We’re proud of her for supporting the organizers of the event, and the call to action she shared: “I will end with a challenge to every South Carolina lawyer to no longer use complexity and detail as an excuse and to exercise your privilege. The privilege I am talking about is the privilege that comes with that law license hanging on your wall. The privilege you have to speak for others with authority and conviction. The privilege you have to mingle with people of power and influence. The privilege you have to understand and interpret the law. The privilege you have to speak the language of the Constitution. And the privilege you have because you are a South Carolina lawyer who has a special responsibility for the quality of justice.”

For a transcript of the entire speech please follow: www.linkedin.com/pulse/quality-justice-barbara-seymour/


Attorney Mike Leech presented at the Pitt County Courthouse a portrait to honor the service of his father, Honorable Judge David Leech.

Attorney Mike Leech presented at the Pitt County Courthouse a portrait to honor the service of his father, Honorable Judge David Leech.

https://www.witn.com/…/Portraits-unveiled-honoring-Pitt-Cou…

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Jeanmarie selected for Leadership Greenville

Jeanmarie Tankersley

Attorney Jeanmarie Tankersley has been selected as one of 62 participants in the Greenville Chamber’s 46th class.

Leadership Greenville is a 10-month leadership program designed to develop informed, committed and qualified leaders for the county. The program creates opportunities for participants to learn about the issues affecting the area and motivates participants to be actively engaged in the community.

“We are excited that Jeanmarie was selected to participate in Leadership Greenville,” said Trey Still, managing partner of the firm’s Greenville office. “She is very involved in the community and this program will expand her opportunities for future involvement.”

Participants in the program are selected based on a thorough application process. Since 1973, the program has graduated more than 2000 alumni, many of which have served in key leadership positions in the community.

Working in the firm’s Greenville office, Tankersley focuses her practice in the areas of personal injury defense, government liability, and general civil defense litigation.

Read more about Jeanmarie:  cslaw.com/jtankersley

Read more about Leadership Greenville: greenvillechamber.org/leadership/leadership-greenville/


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