Robinson Bradshaw Attorney Selected for Charlotte Business Journal’s ‘40 Under 40’

July 7, 2009

Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson is proud to announce that Richard S. Starling has been named to the 16th annual Charlotte Business Journal’s “40 Under 40,” an annual award recognizing the city’s most promising young professionals with notable achievements in their careers who also make a positive impact on the community.

Starling joined the firm in 1997 and is a partner in the firm’s corporate practice. Starling’s practice covers a wide range of commercial transactions, and he serves as co-chair of the firm’s private investment fund formation and management practice group.

Starling is beginning his second year of service on the Board of Trustees of the Charlotte Museum of History and Hezekiah Alexander Homesite, where he is active in strategic management and facilities planning. He previously served as a founding committee member – and then for four years as a member of the Board of Directors – of the Inventors’ Network of the Carolinas, a non-profit organization established to empower local inventors through education, support and networking opportunities. Starling also serves on the Jefferson Scholars Regional Selection Committee for the University of Virginia, and he has participated in the Arts & Science Council’s Cultural Leadership Training Program and the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership School.

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