Burr & Forman Featured on Orlando Radio Show

    December 10, 2012

    Burr and Forman was recently featured on WDBO in Orlando, Florida. Burr's Orlando Managing Partner, Jim Pratt was on the show to discuss the partnership the firm has with the Orlando Community Food and Outreach Center. The firm is working with the organization on several new projects, including a resume writing program headed by Partner Jessica Hew. The program is designed to help individuals better prepare for job interviews.

    To listen to the radio recording, please click here.



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