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2015 North Carolina "Super Lawyers" list

1/21/2015

Congratulations to the six Horack Talley lawyers who were recently named to the 2015 North Carolina "Super Lawyers" list.

Tom Cannon, Family Law
Beth Hodges, Family Law
Rob McNeill, Business Litigation
Gena Morris, Family Law
Cheryl Steele, Real Estate
Tate Sterrett, Family Law

2015 marks the tenth year that Gena Morris and Tate Sterrett have been listed.

Additionally, Beth Hodges and Gena Morris were named to the North Carolina Top 50 Women list. Gena Morris was also included on the North Carolina Top 100 list.

The objective of the Super Lawyers list is to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of outstanding lawyers that can be used as a resource for lawyers and consumers searching for legal counsel. Super Lawyers is intended to be used as an aid in selecting a lawyer, therefore lawyer ratings are limited to those who can be hired and retained by the public, i.e., lawyers in private practice and legal aid lawyers. The Super Lawyers patented selection process involves three basic steps: creation of the candidate pool, evaluation of candidates by the research department, and peer evaluation by practice area.

Super Lawyers will publish this year’s list in their North Carolina Super Lawyers magazine, the North Carolina distribution of The New York Times, as well as in the February 2015 issue of Charlotte magazine. To view this list online, please visit the Super Lawyers website


About Horack Talley

Horack Talley, founded in 1932, is located in uptown Charlotte. The firm provides legal services to clients in North Carolina, South Carolina and beyond. Its practice areas include business and corporate law, community association law, family law, litigation, real estate law and personal wealth services.

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