Greenville, S.C. – Smith Moore Leatherwood is pleased to announce that attorney Robert S. "Trey" Ingram III has been named a recipient of The Greenville News' 30 Emerging Leaders award. The award is given to honor Greenville's young leaders for their professional and community contributions. Honorees are selected based on professional achievements, community service and educational backgrounds.
"Trey's contributions to the legal profession and adoption community, through his career and personal endeavors, are truly worthy of recognition." said Tod Hyche, partner-in-charge of the Greenville office.
Ingram primarily focuses his law practice on commercial real estate in South Carolina, representing developers with legal needs related to sales, development, financing and leasing real property as well as land use matters such as restrictive covenants, zoning and local government permitting. Alongside his real estate practice, he is also very passionate about adoption law and foster care regulations, as he and his wife are adoptive and foster parents. In his practice, Trey represents parents of all types (natural, foster, and adoptive) , advocating for the best interests of children and the constitutional rights of parents in Family Court matters involving permanency planning for children.
Ingram received his undergraduate degree from Charleston Southern University, summa cum laude, in 2005 and his juris doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law, cum laude, in 2008. He is also a graduate of Leadership Greenville and is a past member of the Greenville Chamber's PULSE Pacesetters program. Trey mentors through Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate and is very active in service with Fostering Great Ideas' Speak Up: Voices for Foster Care Reform. He was named to Legal Elite and 35 Best and Brightest by Greenville Business Magazine in 2015. Trey and his wife, Kelli, are parents to five children (ages 6 and under).
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