George Morrison Receives 2018 Leadership in Law Award

Charleston S.C. – February 7, 2018 – McNair is pleased to announce South Carolina Lawyers Weekly has honored shareholder George Morrison with a 2018 Leadership in Law award.

The award celebrates a select few in the legal community who have “achieved success in their law practice, made contributions to society, and had an impact on the legal industry.” George was recognized in the magazine’s January edition and will be honored at an awards dinner on March 23, 2018 at the Francis Marion hotel in Charleston.

“George is a diligent attorney who embodies the spirit of this award,” said Jennifer Blumenthal, shareholder and Unit Manager of McNair’s Charleston office. “The Leadership in Law award is a testament not only to his legal work, but his exemplary service to our community.”

George leads the firm’s Business and Real Estate Practice Group. He advises individuals and businesses on estate planning, business succession planning, and other transactional issues. He is involved in all areas of corporate practice and has extensive experience with tax-exempt organizations. George holds leadership roles with numerous professional and community organizations and is a graduate of Leadership Charleston and Leadership South Carolina. He currently serves as chair of the South Carolina Bar’s Corporate Banking and Securities Law Section; chair of the Board of Trustees for The Cooper School in Charleston; board member of Engaging Creative Minds; and board member of the Charleston Regional Development Alliance.

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