Greenville, S.C. – Smith Moore Leatherwood attorney Trey Ingram has been selected to Greenville Business Magazine's 2015 Best & Brightest 35 and Under. Created to honor Greenville's young leaders for their professional and community contributions, the Best & Brightest program is in its 22nd year of recognizing outstanding young professionals. Honorees are selected based on professional achievements, community service and educational backgrounds.
"We congratulate Trey for this much-deserved recognition of his career achievements and community involvement," said Tod Hyche, partner-in-charge of the Greenville office. "We are proud of the great leadership Trey displays and his dedication to work, family and philanthropic activities."
Ingram primarily focuses his law practice on commercial real estate in South Carolina, representing developers with legal needs related to the acquisition, development, restrictive covenants, zoning and local government matters, leasing and sale of real property. Alongside his real estate practice, he is also very passionate about South Carolina adoption law, as he and his wife are adoptive and foster parents. In his practice, Trey represents adoptive parents seeking to finalize domestic and inter-country adoptions, advocating for the best interests of children and the constitutional rights of both parents.
Ingram is a 2005 graduate of Charleston Southern University and 2008 graduate of University of South Carolina School of Law. He is also a graduate of Leadership Greenville - Class of 41 and was named a 2015 Legal Elite by Greenville Business Magazine. Trey and his wife, Kelli, are parents to Lael (5), Ruthie (4), Salem (2), Faith (1) and are currently fostering a 12-week-old son.
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