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"Law firms take different approach in making community impact"

November 5, 2013

The Charleston Regional Business Journal recently published "Giving: Your guide to community giving in the Lowcountry."  The cover story is entitled "Law firms take different approach in making community impact."

Charleston office managing member (partner) Brad Waring spoke to the paper about why Nexsen Pruet works with the Ronald McDonald House.

An excerpt:

Being just a few blocks from the firm's office on King Street helped staff members and shareholders decide to pledge $10,000 along with volunteer hours at the facility that helps house families whose critically ill children are receiving medical treatment at the Medical University of South Carolina.

"It's more than just the money.  It's sending people up there to cook meals.  They need toiletries and stuff," Waring said. "You go there and it rips your heart out. Many of the families show up with no place to stay, with no idea how long they're going to be there."

 

Since 1991 when the established Charleston business and real estate firm led by Neil C. Robinson, Jr., merged with Nexsen Pruet, the firm has had a significant presence in the Lowcountry. Today, our Charleston office is "home" to more than 50 attorneys and staff.

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