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Business North Carolina magazine reveals its 2017 "Legal Elite"

Greg Shelton, Beth Hodges, Libby James, Mitchell Kelling, Gena Graham Morris and Kristin Decker Ogburn listed Business North Carolina 1/19/2017

Congratulations to Horack Talley lawyers Greg Shelton (Construction), Beth Hodges, Mitchell Kelling and Gena Morris (Family Law), and Kristin Ogburn (Bankruptcy) for their inclusion in Business North Carolina magazine's 2017 "Legal Elite".

Since 2002, Business North Carolina magazine has honored Tar Heel lawyers by publishing Business North Carolina's "Legal Elite,' a listing of the state's top lawyers in business-related categories. Winners are chosen by members of the North Carolina State Bar living in North Carolina. It is the only award that gives every active lawyer in the state the opportunity to participate.

To view the entire list, visit the Business North Carolina website.


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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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