Providing donations for Dress for Success

20 Years Strong Service Project: Attorney Alexis Lindsay Providing donations for Dress for Success Why did you choose this project? I wanted to do something to help women. Dress for Success is an international not-for-profit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help […]

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Join Alexis Lindsay in helping Dress For Success Columbia

Alexis is hosting a clothing drive for Dress For Success Columbia. Will you please help her by donating your gently used, professional attire? Women’s items needed: *Business-appropriate apparel *nearly-new suits *shoes *handbags *jewelry *monetary donations Donations can be dropped off at the front desk of Sowell Gray located at 1310 Gadsden Street. We are happy […]

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Two from Sowell Gray recognized as 2016 Rising Stars

COLUMBIA, SC — Sowell Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC is pleased to announce attorneys Alexis Lindsay and Michael Montgomery have been highlighted as Rising Stars in the 2016 edition of South Carolina Super Lawyers®. The annual publication is distributed to attorneys and law schools across the United States, reaching more than 13 million readers annually. […]

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Join the Bigg Doggs

Join Alexis Lindsay as she relaunches “Bigg Doggs” with the Richland County Bar Association! The first lunch in this series will be held on March 16 at Nelson Mullins and will feature University of South Carolina School of Law Professor Colin Miller. Professor Miller is the creator and blog editor of EvidenceProf Blog and has […]

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Social media’s influence on the Presidential Campaign

By Alexis Lindsay On Wednesday, we wrote about what sources voters use for news depending on their age. A majority of Generation X and Millennials get their news from Facebook. Candidates have taken note of the social media trend, and today, we are looking at how the candidates are using social media in the 2016 presidential […]

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