Robinson Bradshaw Opens Raleigh OfficePDF
Robinson Bradshaw is pleased to announce the opening of its Raleigh office. This is the firm’s fourth office in the Carolinas; other locations include Charlotte and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Rock Hill, South Carolina.
“Opening a Raleigh office was a logical next step, and we are excited it has come to fruition. We’ve always had a methodical approach to growth, in terms of footprint and headcount,” said Managing Partner Allen Robertson. “It has never been our goal to have the most offices or be the largest firm. Instead, our growth is fueled by clients’ needs – and that strategy has worked for us.”
Former North Carolina Solicitor General Matt Sawchak, litigator Stephen Feldman and environmental attorney Sean Sullivan joined the firm this spring and will work in the new office in Two Hannover Square. Attorneys from the Charlotte and Research Triangle offices will spend time there as well.
“Over the 30 years that I’ve been practicing law in Raleigh, I’ve known that Robinson Bradshaw means a unique level of creativity and client service,” Sawchak said. “My colleagues and I are thrilled to be able to offer clients these advantages at close range.”
"We feel fortunate to have opened a new office and added a total of 12 new lawyers during this challenging year. The timing may seem unusual, but our stability through good times and challenging times allows us to stay focused on long-term goals," said Robertson.
The firm's expansion was featured in several publications, including: