11/26/2012: Legal Aid attorney named one “to Watch” by Crain’s Cleveland Business

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Julie Robie, managing attorney of Legal Aid’s consumer law practice group, was named one of 10 attorneys to watch in Northeast Ohio.   The annual “Who to Watch in Law” section of Crain’s Cleveland Business was published the week of November 26.

Click here to read the profile of Julie Robie and others honored.

The 10 attorneys featured as “Who to Watch” include:

2012
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