Attorney John E. Cuttino Receives

Leadership in Law Honor by SC Lawyers Weekly

Gallivan, White & Boyd attorney John E. Cuttino has been selected as one of the honorees for the 2016 Leadership in the Law Awards by South Carolina Lawyers Weekly.  Honorees were nominated by peers and colleagues and selected by the publisher and staff of South Carolina Lawyers Weekly.  Cuttino is one of only 30 South Carolina attorneys to receive the Leadership in Law recognition this year. Cuttino received this honor as a result of his outstanding accomplishments and leadership in the legal profession. Cuttino is also the President-Elect of DRI – The Voice of the Defense Bar (DRI) and will serve as President of DRI beginning October 2016.  READ MORE

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