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'The Compleat Lawyer' completes year for USC School of Law

Neil Robinson recognized with Platinum Award

April 19, 2016

In its April 11 edition, The Columbia Regional Business Report profiled the winners of this year's Compleat Lawyer Awards.

Nexsen Pruet's Neil Robinson was among those recognized by the University of South Carolina School of Law. An excerpt about Robinson, who received a Platinum Award reserved for attorneys who have been practicing for more than 30 years.

Neil Robinson came by his passion for representation early. "My first realization that there was a legal profession occurred when I was 12 years old and tried to unionize the paper boys for The State newspaper, seeking better working conditions and more pay for delivering the morning and afternoon papers.  That effort lasted less than a week.... More recently, substantial time has been devoted to helping new industries locate to South Carolina."

The complete article can be found in the In Focus: Law section of the April 11-24, 2016 edition of The Columbia Regional Business Report.

Neil C. Robinson is a member (partner) of Nexsen Pruet in Charleston.  He is the recipient of the 2009 Distinguished Service Award, Clemson University Alumni Association's highest honor. He also received the Order of the Palmetto, the State of South Carolina's highest civilian honor from Governor David Beasley.

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