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Smith Moore Adds Two Associates

Smith Moore Adds Two Associates

September 19, 2007

GREENSBORO, NC – Smith Moore LLP has named T. Matthew Creech and Patrick M. Kane as associates in its Greensboro office.  Creech and Kane will serve as members of the firm's litigation practice group.

Creech joins Smith Moore after clerkships with U.S. District Judge N. Carlton Tilley, Jr. and U.S. Magistrate Judges Wallace W. Dixon, P. Trevor Sharp and Russell Eliason.  Creech was a 2004 graduate of Penn State University's Dickinson School of Law where he was a member of the Penn State Law Review and the Appellate Moot Court Board.  He earned his undergraduate degree from Virginia Military Institute and a master's degree from Georgia State University.

Kane is a 2007 graduate of the Wake Forest University School of Law where he was a member of the Wake Forest Law Review and National Moot Court Team and was elected to the Order of Barristers.  Kane won the George K. Walker Moot Court Competition at Wake Forest and reached the finals at the 2006 National Sports Law Moot Court competition.  He earned his undergraduate degree from the College of the Holy Cross.  He previously worked as a summer associate for the firm and as a litigation paralegal for a firm in Rochester, NY.

Contact: Donnie Turlington
For Smith Moore LLP

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