Insights: News Brodie Erwin Recognized on North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Employment Law Power List
North Carolina Lawyers Weekly
North Carolina Lawyers Weekly recently named Brodie Erwin, Counsel on the firm’s Labor & Employment team in our Raleigh office, to its “Employment Law Power List.” Only 25 attorneys from across the state were chosen. Lawyers selected had “a record of success, with many cases and/or transactions that give testimony to the quality counsel he or she can provide” and “models professionalism and collegiality in his or her interactions with other members of the legal system” among other qualifications.
In the article that accompanied the recognition, Brodie says, “I am fortunate to have the opportunity to represent businesses and employers that I believe in and care about both inside and outside the courtroom.”
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