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Smith Moore Adds to Real Estate Practice in Raleigh

Smith Moore Adds to Real Estate Practice in Raleigh

January 2, 2008

RALEIGH, NC – Smith Moore LLP has added Angela M. Allen to the real estate and transactional practice group in its Raleigh office. Allen joins Smith Moore after a year of successful business practice with the firm of Litchford and Christopher in Orlando.

Allen has experience working with business on a number of real estate matters, including condominium declarations, real estate title issues, and private financing. According to Brad Risinger, Smith Moore's partner-in-charge in its Raleigh office, Allen's experience in real estate and working with businesses will assist Smith Moore in meeting the needs of its ever-growing client base. "Angela is a terrific lawyer and person and is a great fit with the continuing expansion of Smith Moore's real estate practice," commented Risinger. Allen is the 31st firm-wide addition for Smith Moore in 2007 as the firm continues to expand its attorney lineup and capabilities.

Allen received her undergraduate and law degrees from Wake Forest University. While at Wake Forest, she was a member of the Dean's Faculty and Curriculum Committee, playing an active role in recruiting and reviewing prospective faculty members for the law school. Allen is currently licensed to practice in Florida and will sit for the North Carolina bar examination in February.

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP

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