Columbia, SC – South Carolina Attorney Carl L. Solomon of the Solomon Law Group recently announced that the firm’s newest Member, Natalie R. Armstrong, has passed the Georgia Bar and is now licensed to practice law in Georgia as well as South Carolina. She was sworn in at the Superior Court of Richmond County in Augusta on December 7, 2010. Judge Sheryl Jolly presided over the ceremony.
“I always carried a sense of pride and passion to know that I was able to help the citizens of South Carolina when they were experiencing difficult times in their lives,” says Natalie Armstrong. “I feel especially blessed now that I can expand that outreach to our fellow citizens in Georgia. The Solomon Law Group has helped further my belief that lawyers should not only know and understand the law, but have compassion and respect for our clients.” Armstrong primarily handles Plaintiff’s civil cases, including vehicle accidents, catastrophic injury, wrongful death, negligence, premises liability and medical malpractice.
“All of us at the Solomon Law Group are proud of Natalie’s achievement,” says Carl L. Solomon, the firm’s founding Member. “Any student of law who has sat through the Bar exam will tell you it is grueling. Natalie set her sights on being licensed in two states and made it happen. It’s a great achievement for her personally, and opens up new opportunities for the firm.” Attorneys must be licensed to practice law in each state in the US by passing that state’s Bar examination or otherwise qualify for admission.
The Solomon Law Group 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.
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