Insights: News Kilpatrick Townsend Attorneys Recognized in Business North Carolina Magazine's 2023 "Legal Elite"
NORTH CAROLINA (January 9) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that seven of the firm’s attorneys were recognized in Business North Carolina magazine’s 2023 “Legal Elite.”
To determine the honorees, ballots were sent to more than 23,000 lawyers from the North Carolina State Bar to nominate the lawyers in 16 practice specialties. Business North Carolina contracted DataJoe Research to facilitate an online peer-voting and internet research process. About 1,000 lawyers received votes, with those receiving the most getting recognition in 16 specialties as Hall of Fame members.
The following Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys were featured in the publication:
G. William Joyner III
The following Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys have been Business North Carolina Legal Elite “Hall of Fame Honorees”:
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G. William Joyner, III
Brodie D. Erwin
Steven J. Levitas
John C. Livingston
Stephen R. Berlin
James H. Kelly, Jr.
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