Strengthening the community
As a law firm with multiple locations across the state, we have a tremendous opportunity to support and strengthen the state we call home. We use our resources to support justice, empower local businesses and individuals, and serve as a catalyst for innovation within our local community:
- CSH Law attorneys regularly volunteer for the North Carolina Bar Association’s 4ALL Statewide Service Day, providing free legal information and referral resources to the public. In 2015, Dan Hartzog, Jr. served as the statewide co-chair for this event.
- Several attorneys, including Benton Toups and Janelle Lyons, support their communities by serving as town attorneys for North Carolina municipalities.
- Our attorneys, paralegals, and administrative staff regularly serve on boards of nonprofit organizations, including Transitions Life Care / Hospice of Wake County, Community Building Initiative in Charlotte, Triangle Literacy Council, and the Carousel Center.
Most Recent Posts
Jennifer Welch has been elected to serve as the Chair of the Insurance Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association. Jennifer’s term began in July 2020 and continues through June 2021.… Read More
Kara Gansmann, a Partner in the Wilmington office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law), has been appointed to serve as Treasurer of the North Carolina Bar Association Elder Law & Special Needs Law Section Council.… Read More
Richard Boyette, a Partner at Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law), was featured on the “A Conversation With…” podcast from DRI.… Read More
Laura Dean has been selected to serve as the DRI Professional Liability Committee’s Program Vice-Chair. In this role, she will work with the Program Chair and other steering committee members to plan and host the Committee’s annual December seminar in New York City. The seminar is attended by respected colleagues, clients and other Professional Liability professionals. … Read More
Dawn Lane, an attorney with Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP (CSH Law), has been nominated to become a Council Member of the North Carolina Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section.… Read More