Richard A. Vinroot Wins Hugh L. McColl Legacy AwardPDF
On Dec. 3, Robinson Bradshaw attorney Richard A. Vinroot received UNC Kenan-Flagler’s Hugh L. McColl Legacy Award for his lifelong service to the city of Charlotte. Vinroot’s contributions to the Charlotte community include serving as the city’s mayor from 1991-95 and as a city council member from 1983-91; promoting economic growth and development as a board member of the NC Communities & Business Alliance; and serving on the boards of Charlotte’s Sugar Creek Charter School and the Charlotte YMCA. He also teaches Sunday school at a local Presbyterian church.
Vinroot is a commercial litigator with Robinson Bradshaw, focusing on land use and zoning, real estate development and construction, and employment. He has also extensively litigated on behalf of charter schools throughout North Carolina.
To read more about the Hugh L. McColl Legacy Award, please visit UNC Kenan-Flagler’s website.