Justin Outling, a partner in Brooks Pierce’s Greensboro office and a member of the Greensboro City Council, spoke about his recent visit to Israel and his hopes for the future of Greensboro during the Shabbat Starts Here service at Temple Emanuel on March 8.
During the event, Outling discussed Israel’s growth and development as one of the world’s most advanced countries and how this is applicable to Greensboro. He spoke on the importance of leadership and action to improve Greensboro’s community relations and economy. He also discussed several policies that aid in improving the city like its anti-biased policing policy, local preference policy and expanding the Downtown Greenway.
Outling, who focuses his practice on business litigation and white-collar criminal defense, helps businesses and professionals across a variety of industries with matters such as breach of contract, unfair competition and trade practices, fraud, shareholder disputes and commercial financing. Outling was named to the Greensboro News & Record’s “Top 20 People of Influence” in 2017. He was named one of the Triad Business Journal’s “40 Leaders Under 40” and selected as “Outstanding Lawyer of the Year” by the Guilford County Association of Black Lawyers in 2016.