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Attorney Mary Ramsay Selected to <i>Charleston Regional Business Journal

Attorney Mary Ramsay Selected to Charleston Regional Business Journal's "Forty Under 40"

February 24, 2017

Charleston, S.C. – Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP is pleased to announce that Mary B. Ramsay was recently honored as one of Charleston Regional Business Journal's "Forty Under 40." For 20 years, the Charleston Regional Business Journal has honored 40 individuals under the age of 40 for their professional engagement and community service in the Charleston area.

Ramsay is a member of the firm's litigation practice group. She handles a variety of cases in state and federal court, including general insurance law, contract disputes, products and premises liability actions, and life insurance and financial services litigation, including ERISA. Additionally, she practices in the regulatory and administrative arena in the areas of healthcare provider licensing, facility licensing and certificate of need. 

She will be recognized at the "Forty Under 40" awards ceremony on May 10 at Alhambra Hall located in Mount Pleasant.

Ramsay received her law degree from the Charleston School of Law, cum laude, and her bachelor's degree from Wake Forest University. She serves as secretary of the executive board for the Ronald McDonald House Charleston, as co-vice president for the Lowcountry Youth Tennis Association, and is a board member of the Gibbes Museum Society 1858. She is a member of the Charleston County Bar Association and the South Carolina Bar.

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