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Clark Daniel Tew

also known as Clark Tew, Clark D. Tew

About me

Clark Tew was born in Raleigh, and raised in Holly Springs, North Carolina. In 2007, he graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Germanic Languages.

Clark was awarded the John T. Byrum Scholarship to attend law school at Wake Forest University, graduating in 2010. While receiving his legal training, he worked for firms in Raleigh, Elizabeth City, and Winston-Salem, as well as at the Rockingham County District Attorney’s Office. In addition, Clark was a member of Moot Court and the Federalist Society during law school.

Clark focuses his practice area in employment and labor law and general civil litigation, including employment contracts, termination agreements, severance packages, and wrongful termination. He is a member of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.  Clark has experience representing clients before  the North Carolina Division of Employment Security, in State and Federal Court, and during investigations by the North Carolina Industrial Commission, the North Carolina Department of Labor, the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and the United States Department of Labor.


Languages spoken: English, German

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Practice areas


  1. Employment: 40%
  2. Discrimination: 20%
  3. Contracts: 20%
  4. Workers Compensation: 10%
  5. Sexual Harassment: 10%



Hourly ($275-300/hour), contingent (25-45%), Fixed (sometimes), Retainer (sometimes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

Attorney endorsements

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    Clark is a conscientious attorney. He is responsive and thorough in his communications with clients and other attorneys. Clark is also incredibly knowledgeable about employment law and general litigation matters, so I frequently rely on his expertise when I run into employment issues.


    Laura Temple Real estate Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

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    Have known Clark for a number of years and know him to be and an outstanding attorney. His performance makes clear that he truly cares about his clients and works incredibly hard on behalf of each and every one. Particularly skilled in the employment law field given his experience and exceptional legal knowledge in that area of the law.


    William Long
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Contact info

Homesley & Wingo Law Group PLLC

330 S. Main Street
Mooresville, NC, 28115


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
BV "Distinguished" Peer RatingMartindale-Hubbell2014
Excellence for the Future Award - Federal JurisdictionCenter for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)2010
InducteePhi Beta Kappa Society, Alpha of North Carolina2007
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyHomesley & Wingo Law Group PLLC2010 - Present
Litigation Clinic InternDistrict Attorney's Office, District 17A (Rockingham County)2010 - 2010
Summer ClerkHornthal, Riley, Ellis & Maland, LLP2009 - 2009
Litigation Clinic InternWells, Jenkins, Lucas & Jenkins2009 - 2009
Summer AssociateHemmings & Stevens PLLC2008 - 2008
Association namePosition nameDuration
Working AmericaMember2016 - Present
North Carolina Advocates for Justice, Employment Law SectionMember2016 - Present
Town of Mooresville Historic Preservation CommissionChairman2015 - Present
Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #10 (North Carolina)Associate Member/Referral Attorney2015 - Present
Southern States Police Benevolent AssociationReferral Attorney2014 - Present
District 22A Bar AssociationMember2010 - Present
North Carolina Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law SectionMember2010 - Present
Mooresville Soup KitchenChairman2014 - 2015
Town of Mooresville Capital Improvements Projects (CIP) CommitteeMember2013 - 2015
American Bar Association, Labor and Employment Law SectionMember2010 - 2012
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
State v. Allyson MastorSuperior Court order holding Defendant-Appellant in contempt was affirmed
Richards v. Tim Bell Racing, LLC, et al.Order dismissing parents from the action was reversed.
Campbell et al. v. City of Statesville, et al.Zoning decision allowing my client to build a proposed use was upheld by the Court of Appeals.
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Publication nameTitleDate
Per Curiam - NCBA Appellate Practice Section NewsletterThe Appellate Rules Amendment of the Century? North Carolina Considers New Font Requirements2016
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Wake Forest University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2010
University of North Carolina, Chapel HillHistory, Germanic LanguagesBA - Bachelor of Arts2007
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Iredell County District Bar/Legal Support Staff of Iredell County Fall SeminarEmployment Law for General Practice Attorneys2015
Understanding the Healthcare ReformHealth Care Reform & The Courts2011