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Smith Moore Adds to Raleigh Litigation Team

Smith Moore Adds to Raleigh Litigation Team


August 14, 2007

New Raleigh attorney is the firm's 26th staff addition of 2007

RALEIGH, NC – Smith Moore LLP has added a new attorney to its Raleigh office, continuing the growth that has expanded the firm's ranks by nearly one-fourth over the past six months.  Kelly Ensslin is the newest addition to Smith Moore; she joins the Litigation practice area in Raleigh.

A graduate of the North Carolina Central University School of Law, Ensslin is a former North Carolina Magistrate in Judicial District 15B, has worked as law clerk to U.S. Magistrate Judge William Webb and was an attorney for Lenovo, Inc. in Research Triangle Park.  "With her background related to federal litigation and business law on the corporate side, Kelly immediately deepens Smith Moore's capabilities in business litigation," said Mark Finkelstein, a partner in Smith Moore's litigation practice area.  "Defense of white collar crime allegations, professional licensing issues and resolution of business disputes are areas where demand for Smith Moore's services are growing, and Kelly's practice will involve each of those areas."

Ensslin said, "I am truly excited about the opportunity to work with attorneys who are as widely respected as my new colleagues at Smith Moore.  I could not dream of a better situation in which to develop my practice."

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

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