Womble Carlyle attorney Greg Horton has been selected to attend a prestigious international business management program for attorneys.
Horton will be a 2016 class member of the Lex Mundi Institute (LMI) Business Management Program, held January 3-8, 2016, at the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School in Cambridge, England.
The LMI Business Management Program is designed to increase the impact and effectiveness of lawyers in working with clients by increasing their understanding of clients’ business challenges and the concepts that underlie their business operations.
Lex Mundi is the world’s largest network of independent law firms, with more than 21,000 attorneys in 120 nations. Womble Carlyle is a Lex Mundi member, and firm attorneys are actively involved in Lex Mundi leadership roles.
Greg Horton is a creative advocate whom clients trust to effectively resolve a wide range of complex problems in high-stakes litigation (including class actions and mass actions) in the fields of product liability, construction, employment, banking and financial services, insurance and commercial law. He practices in Womble Carlyle’s Charleston office.