Big Law Firms Have Faith in Big Churches and Big Billings

, The Recorder

The economics of large churches and their leaders make them desirable clients for big law firms. But they can require more sensitivity than most corporate deals. That's where Channing Johnson comes in. A partner at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld, Johnson has developed a strong niche practice representing African-American churches and other faith-based enterprises. He has parlayed his own roots in faith communities with his expertise as a corporate lawyer to become the go-to lawyer in California and beyond.

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