Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Attorneys Selected To Business North Carolina Magazine’s 2018 “Legal Elite”
Steve Berlin Becomes a Member of Hall of Fame
NORTH CAROLINA (January 11) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton continues its leadership in the legal arena with attorneys from the firm’s North Carolina offices earning recognition as Business North Carolina’s 2018 “Legal Elite.”
In addition to this prestigious list, as the top vote-getter for Environment Law, Steve Berlin became a member of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite Hall of Fame.
Attorneys selected to the “Legal Elite” represent fewer than 3% of the state’s active lawyers. To determine the winners, ballots were sent to more than 23,000 lawyers from the North Carolina State Bar to nominate the best lawyers in 16 practice specialties.
Congratulations to the following Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys who were recognized in the January 2018 issue of this publication:
George L. Little, Jr.
Stephen R. Berlin
Phillip A. Harris Jr.
Richard J. Keshian
Michael A. Myers
B. Ford Robertson
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