US Supreme Court hears Two Redistricting Challenges

By Rob Tyson On December 5, the United States Supreme Court held hearings in McCrory v. Harris and Bethune-Hill v. Virginia State Board of Elections, two redistricting cases stemming from the drawing of congressional districts in North Carolina and state legislative districts in Virginia, respectively.  Historically, redistricting cases have been known to result in split […]

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Collecting men’s clothes for the homeless

20 Years Strong Service Project: Sowell Gray attorneys and staff Collecting men’s clothes for those in need Why did you choose this project? After providing BBQ lunch for the homeless men of Keepin’ it Real Ministries, we realized these men had other needs as well. Seeing them in torn and worn out clothing inspired us […]

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Helping students learn the importance of their vote

20 Years Strong Service Project: Attorneys Lisle Trawick and Jasmine Smith Helping students learn why voting matters Why did you choose this project? Voting matters, but not everyone realizes it. We wanted to help young citizens understand the importance of every vote. It was a great experience for the students and they came away with a […]

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“Race for the Case” for Katrina’s Kids

20 Years Strong Service Project: Sowell Gray Law Firm Attorneys and Staff “Race for the Case” for Katrina’s Kids Why did you choose this project? The typical foster care suitcase for a child is a trash bag. We wanted to change that. Our goal: to provide new book bags and suitcases for these children.  We […]

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Arbitrating a Case in the FINRA Forum

Read Tina Cundari’s article, “Arbitrating a Case in the FINRA Forum,” in the November issue of SC Lawyer.

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