Raleigh, N.C. – In the Fall/Winter issue of Carolina Law magazine, Smith Anderson partner Dana Simpson is profiled as one of several alumni of the University of North Carolina School of Law who has helped shape North Carolina state law and policy in a positive way. To read the article “The State’s Law School: Making a Difference at Home” in its entirety, please CLICK HERE. Dana Simpson is profiled on page 33.
About Dana Simpson
Dana Simpson practices in the areas of government relations, administrative law and health care and co-chairs the Government Relations practice group at Smith Anderson. He regularly advises clients regarding legislative and regulatory advocacy, public relations, grassroots strategies, economic development initiatives, and ethics and campaign finance law compliance. In 2012, he was rated the number one “Most Influential” lobbyist in the General Assembly in a survey of legislators, lobbyists and the press conducted by the nonpartisan North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research. For more information on Dana, please visit his bio at www.SmithLaw.com/Dana-Simpson.
Community and Professional Leadership at Smith Anderson
Throughout our history, we have remained committed to public service and giving back to our communities and our profession. At our roots, Smith Anderson’s founder was a United States Senator and the first North Carolinian to be elected President of the American Bar Association. Since that time, additional hallmarks of significant professional and community leadership have transpired. For more information on Smith Anderson’s commitment to service and leadership, please visit www.SmithLaw.com/about-leadership.html.