As the Daily Report noted at the time, Louise Wells couldn’t have picked a tougher moment to take over a big law firm like Morris, Manning & Martin. It was January 2010, and the Great Recession had nearly flattened the nation’s economy; Atlanta was in the worst real estate bust in most lawyers’ memories.

But Wells, who grew up as a real estate lawyer, remained upbeat and entrepreneurial.

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