COLUMBIA, S.C. – Lisle Traywick, an associate with Robinson Gray law firm, has been named to the Supreme Court of South Carolina’s Pro Bono Honor Roll for his commitment to pro bono service in 2019. The Honor Roll recognizes lawyers who have provided 50 or more hours of pro bono legal service in a calendar […]
Lisle Traywick, an associate with Robinson Gray law firm, has been elected to the board of the South Carolina Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Lisle Traywick, an associate with Robinson Gray law firm, has been named to the Leadership Columbia Class of 2020. He is one of 63 up-and-coming community leaders named to the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce program, presented by BlueCross® BlueShield® of South Carolina. This will be the 47th class since the program […]
COLUMBIA, SC – Lisle Traywick, an attorney with Robinson Gray Stepp & Laffitte, LLC, has been appointed to serve on the advisory board of the University of South Carolina School of Law Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Center on Professionalism. The Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Center on Professionalism was created in 1999 with a […]
As lawyers, we sometimes get wrapped up in a case and forget to take a step back prior to submitting court filings. What can happen as a result, particularly in contentious cases, is that sarcasm and petty remarks somehow find their way into our briefs. But avoiding the temptation to pull out the boxing gloves […]
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