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Terry Brown included in Charlotte Agenda's "30 Under 30"

Young people making an impact on our city. Charlotte Agenda 8/3/2016

Horack Talley's litigation associate Terry Brown was included in the Charlotte Agenda's inaugural "30 Under 30" list.

"The Agenda set out to recognize 30 people who have made an impact on Charlotte before the age of 30...What emerged is a true cross-section of our city. The honorees include leaders at both startups and Fortune 500 companies, app designers and soda artisans, real estate rainmakers and writers."

In addition to his position here as a full-time litigation associate, Terry volunteers in local politics and for the Urban League of Central Carolinas Young Professionals, participates on the steering committee for the Bechtler Young Visionaries, and takes on pro bono cases from the Mecklenburg County Bar and North Carolina Legal Aid.   

To see the complete list, please visit the Charlotte Agenda website.

Congratulations, Terry!

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