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Solomon Selected for Leadership in Law Award

South Carolina Lawyers Weekly annual award recognizes leaders in legal field

Columbia, SC – Carl L. Solomon of the Solomon Law Group has been selected as one of South Carolina Lawyers Weekly 2011 Leadership in Law winners. The Awards recognize South Carolina attorneys who have achieved significant success both in their professional lives and in giving back to the community.

“I am honored to be recognized by this prestigious publication as a Leadership in Law winner,” says Solomon. “Our current legal system is underfunded and severely strained. We need leaders who will set out a vision for the future and work with government and business leaders to ensure that access to justice remains available to all South Carolinians.” In addition to his involvement with the SC Bar, Carl teaches and mentors other attorneys and donates time and funds to a number of community-based organizations. Solomon is one of 15 winners selected by the judges for this Award. The Award is scheduled to be presented at a dinner on March 24 in Charleston.

South Carolina Lawyers Weekly, a state-wide newspaper for attorneys, was founded in 2001. It reports on legal decisions issued by all of the state and federal courts in South Carolina, as well as on changes to court rules, verdict & settlement reports, bar discipline and all other news vital to attorneys in the state.

Solomon is a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum® and has received the coveted AV Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubble®. He is the founder of the Solomon Law Group, LLC, which represents clients throughout South Carolina (including Columbia, Charleston, Greenville, Spartanburg, Myrtle Beach, Beaufort, and Rock Hill) and Georgia. The firm handles serious injury cases, wrongful death, product liability, and other complex cases. Solomon Law Group advocates for those who have been injured or died due to the use of dangerous drugs. The firm was founded in 2010 and has four attorneys admitted to practice in South Carolina and/or Georgia.

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