TerraLex Law Firm Network Members Receive Distinguished Service Awards

MIAMI, Dec. 22 , 2010 –TerraLex, one of the largest global legal referral networks, recently presented six of its members with “The Distinguished Service Award” during its Annual General Meeting. Each of the honorees was recognized for sustained exceptional service to TerraLex and its Membership over a period of two or more years.
Cynthia Collins Allner, a principal with Mile & Stockbridge in Maryland, was awarded for her service as Meetings Committee Chair. As Chair, she was instrumental in guiding the business and social program development of TerraLex meetings during the past several years.
Richard G. Pepin Jr., a senior counsel with Leonard, Street and Deinard in Minnesota, was recognized for his longtime service as a dedicated Director on the Board and as Chairman of the Compensation Committee.
Victor Yang, a partner with Boughton, Peterson, Yang, Anderson in Hong Kong, was honored for his service as a leader of the Asia-Pacific region. Yang was credited with creating and leading regional meetings that focus on business development.
Tim Brown, a partner with Reynolds, Porter, and Chamberlain LLP in England, Geoffrey G. Revelle, a partner with Stoel Rives LLP in Washington, and Harry P. Trueheart, III, Chairman of Nixon Peabody LLP in New York and Massachusetts, were all awarded for their leadership in the development of the Strategic Plan and its implementation.

About TerraLex
TerraLex, The Worldwide Network of Independent Law Firms® is comprised of 160 leading law firms in 100 countries with more than 15,000 attorneys. TerraLex facilitates business between members and their clients by providing business development and marketing support, as well as informative forums on current trends in the legal profession. The organization, headquartered in Miami, is celebrating its 20 year anniversary. For more information regarding TerraLex, please contact Jacqueline Kiviat at [email protected], call 305-858-8825 or visit www.terralex.org.

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