Attorney David T. Pearlman selected as 2017 South Carolina Leadership in Law Honoree
Steinberg Law Firm’s senior partner has been selected as an honoree for the SC Leadership in Law Awards for a second time.
CHARLESTON, S.C. – Senior partner and workers’ compensation attorney David T. Pearlman has been selected once again as an honoree for the South Carolina Leadership in Law Awards. Pearlman was recognized as a Leadership in Law honoree for the first time in 2011.
The Leadership in Law Awards honor legal professionals in South Carolina who have been recognized for going above and beyond in their profession and in their community. Honorees are nominated by their peers and then selected by a panel of leaders based on professional and personal accomplishment and their community involvement.
Each year, legal publication South Carolina Lawyers Weekly hosts an award ceremony to recognize all South Carolina Leadership in Law honorees. This year, the event will be held on Friday, March 24th at the Francis Marion Hotel in downtown Charleston, SC at 7:00 PM. According to the SC Lawyers Weekly website, “the event will recognize attorneys from across the Palmetto State who have achieved success in their law practice, made contributions to society, and had an impact on the legal profession.” Additionally, one of the honorees will be selected as “Lawyer of the Year” and revealed the night of the event. Nominated attorneys come from many different legal disciplines and practice areas, and the 2017 Class of Honorees includes 30 attorneys from law firms across the state.
About Steinberg Law Firm
Lawyers at the Steinberg Law Firm combine more than 170 years of experience representing injured people, pursuing damages for injuries caused by the negligence of an individual, business or other party. The firm has been headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, for nearly 90 years, and has established offices in Goose Creek and Summerville.
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