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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Heather White Selected As 2014 Women Of Justice Honoree

Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Heather White Selected As 2014 Women Of Justice Honoree

October 15, 2014

Charlotte, N.C. – Smith Moore Leatherwood is pleased to announce that Attorney Heather White has been selected by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly as a 2014 Women of Justice honoree.

The Women of Justice Awards recognize women across the state of North Carolina who have demonstrated leadership, integrity, service, sacrifice and accomplishment in improving the quality of justice and exemplifying the highest ideals of the legal profession. The awards reach out to women in various segments of the legal community across the state including business, public service, legal professionals, and the bench. The top 'Woman of the Year' award honoree will be selected out of the 2014 Women of Justice honorees, and revealed the evening of the event. The awards reception is held on Thursday, November 13 in Raleigh, NC.

"We are very excited that Heather has been selected as a Women of Justice Honoree," said Julie Earp, Managing Partner. "She is truly deserving of this nomination and we are happy to celebrate this achievement with her."

White is a member of Smith Moore Leatherwood's litigation and labor and employment practice groups. She focuses her practice primarily on complex commercial disputes, business litigation, financial services litigation, and employment litigation, including trade secrets and non-compete litigation. She is active in the North Carolina Bar Association and the Woman Advocate Committee of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association. White was also included in the 2013 and 2014 Super Lawyers Business Edition. She is a graduate of Columbia University and Wake Forest University School of Law.

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