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Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Inducted Into Junior Achievement Business Hall Of Fame

Smith Moore Leatherwood Attorney Inducted Into Junior Achievement Business Hall Of Fame

October 31, 2014

Greensboro, N.C. –Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP is pleased to announce that Attorney Carole Bruce has been inducted into the Junior Achievement of Central North Carolina's Business Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony was held at the Greensboro Country Club on Thursday, October 30.

The Junior Achievement Business Hall of Fame was organized in 1980 to honor those prominent business persons who have made extraordinary and enduring contributions of leadership to their community.  These individuals have also shown, by their example, the importance of maintaining the competitive private enterprise system as the American way of life. The Business Hall of Fame is intended to encourage and inspire young people to make a career in business and contribute to their communities. Carole will join 65 other laureates whom have already received this prestigious award.

"Carole serves as a role model for young people through her professional accomplishments and commitment to the Greensboro community.  She is truly deserving of this honor, and we congratulate her on her continued successes," said Julie Earp, Managing Partner.

Carole earned her Bachelor's degree from Auburn University and J.D. from Wake Forest University School of Law. She has practiced law for 34 years, and has helped build the firm's formidable legal practice relating to individual income tax, estate administration and other tax planning matters.

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