Rodney Strong, Esq.: Master Attorney Makes the Dream Happen for Many

Poe, Brian D.
June 2013
Atlanta Tribune;Jun2013, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p17
An interview with American lawyer Rodney Strong is presented. When asked about what influenced his decision to become a lawyer, he says that he saw the impact of civil rights lawyers in his everyday life when he was growing up. Strong outlines the high points in his role in helping minorities and women-owned businesses. He offers his advice to young attorneys who envision their success and impact occurring like his.


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