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Nelson Mullins Lawyers Named to Law360 Editorial Advisory Boards

April 8, 2021

Nelson Mullins Lawyers Named to Law360 Editorial Advisory Boards
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From the Greenville office, visitors can view a bustling Upstate community and witness the city’s transition from textile hub to technology center. People and conversations on Greenville’s Main Street reflect multiple cultures and languages as international manufacturers now call Greenville home. In 2019, Livability, which ranks best places to live, named Greenville as one of the Top 10 of the Top 100 Best Places to Live.

Our Greenville attorneys represent many of the businesses, financial services institutions, and manufacturers in the region and beyond and also contribute to various upstate boards and commissions working to improve the lives and opportunities for Upstate South Carolina residents. Beyond the region, our attorneys have made significant contributions to the state, nation, and internationally: Greenville partner Richard W. “Dick” Riley served as South Carolina governor from 1979–1987 and as U.S. Secretary of Education from 1993–2001, and Greenville partner David H. Wilkins, a former speaker of the S.C. House of Representatives, served the nation as ambassador to Canada from 2005–2009.

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From the Greenville office, visitors can view a bustling Upstate community and witness the city’s transition from textile hub to technology center. People and conversations on Greenville’s Main Street reflect multiple cultures and languages as international manufacturers now call Greenville home. In 2019, Livability, which ranks best places to live, named Greenville as one of the Top 10 of the Top 100 Best Places to Live.

Our Greenville attorneys represent many of the businesses, financial services institutions, and manufacturers in the region and beyond and also contribute to various upstate boards and commissions working to improve the lives and opportunities for Upstate South Carolina residents. Beyond the region, our attorneys have made significant contributions to the state, nation, and internationally: Greenville partner Richard W. “Dick” Riley served as South Carolina governor from 1979–1987 and as U.S. Secretary of Education from 1993–2001, and Greenville partner David H. Wilkins, a former speaker of the S.C. House of Representatives, served the nation as ambassador to Canada from 2005–2009.

Greenville, SC Professionals

DIRECTIONS

From Greenville/Spartanburg Airport:

Take Exit I-385 and follow signs to the downtown area.

Go to the third light (corner of Main Street and Beattie Place).

Turn left onto Main Street.

Go three blocks to the corner of Main Street and Washington Street.

Turn right onto W. Washington Street.

The One building is located at 2 W. Washington Street on the right side of the street. 

Parking:

The parking garage is located behind the One building on W. Washington Street.

From Main Street turn right onto W. Washington Street.

The garage entrance is behind the One building on the right.

Entrance to the One building is located on W. Washington Street. 

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