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Smith Moore Attorney Recognized for Pro Bono Work

Smith Moore Attorney Recognized for Pro Bono Work


May 2, 2008

Mona O'Bryant honored by Triad Business Leader

GREENSBORO – Smith Moore LLP attorney Ramona Cunningham O'Bryant has received a Power of Justice award from the Triad Business Leader and the North Carolina Bar Association.  The Power of Justice award recognizes area attorneys for their pro bono efforts on behalf of individuals and organizations.

"I have been blessed in my life, both personally and professionally, and am honored to receive this award," commented O'Bryant.  "I believe that, as lawyers, we have a unique opportunity and obligation to give back to the communities in which we practice."  A member of the firm's environmental and administrative law practice, O'Bryant was recognized for the volunteer counsel services she provides to the Salvation Army Center of Hope in Greensboro.  The Center of Hope provides transitional housing, emergency care and food to single women and men and families who are homeless.  A member of the Salvation Army Advisory Board, O'Bryant played an instrumental role in directing both the Salvation Army and the Center of Hope residents with matters related to legal issues.

O'Bryant holds an undergraduate degree from Alderson-Broaddus College (W.V.) and a law degree from the University of North Carolina.

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP
336-275-7000
dturlington@bouvierkelly.com

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