Joy Hoover Among New Shareholders Elected By Polsinelli

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli announces the election of 17 attorneys to shareholder, effective today,  including Joy D. Hoover, Corporate & Transactional in their Chattanooga office.  She earned her J.D. from San Diego School of Law.

The new shareholders were elected based on their superior client service and dedicated legal commitment.  
 
The new shareholders span eight Polsinelli offices and more than 10 practices. 
 
“It takes time, dedication and hard work to become a shareholder at our firm,” said Polsinelli Chairman and CEO Russ Welsh.

“This group of attorneys is most deserving of this milestone in their legal careers, and we look forward to supporting them as they ascend to leaders in the legal community.”  
 
The election of the 17 new shareholders concludes a year of significant growth for the firm, officials said, which added 128 new hires in 2018.


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