I work with small businesses and individuals. If you own a business, I want to help you build it. If you are an individual, I want to work with you to address your legal issues efficiently and effectively.
My business clients include:
Startups and small businesses (technology, entertainment, retail, food, and more)
My individual clients include:
People involved in disputes with current or former employers
People who have been wrongly denied wages or benefits
People who have been wrongly denied unemployment benefits
People involved in disputes with insurance companies
I grew up in Virginia. I have also lived in New York, Los Angeles and Washington, DC. Before attending law school, I worked at a dot-com company and in the publishing industry.
I first came to North Carolina to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I liked it so much that, a few detours notwithstanding, I decided to stay. I graduated from Duke Law School, where I served as an editor on the Duke Law and Technology Review and the Alaska Law Review. I am often asked which team I root for (answer: Carolina).
I currently live outside of Chapel Hill and am proud to work in downtown Durham.
I began my legal career as a litigator for a large law firm in Washington, DC, where I represented both corporate and non-profit clients in high-dollar litigation in state and federal courts.
JD, Duke Law School; MFA, New York University; BA, honors, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
State bars of North Carolina, Maryland, District of Columbia; United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
A Durham, North Carolina business law attorney proudly serving individuals and small business clients located in Durham County, Orange County, Wake County, Chatham County, Alamance County, and elsewhere.