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Building a Law Career in Construction

Greg Shelton featured in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly 4/13/2015

Greg Shelton was featured in the print and digital editions of the North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Q&A section. 

"Building a Law Career in Construction" covers Greg's entry into construction law up to his recent appointment as chairman of the Charlotte Council of the Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas.  

To view the Q&A online, please log-in to the North Carolina Lawyers Weekly website.



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