Ann is a member of bikelaw, a national network dedicated to promoting and protecting the rights of cyclists in the Carolinas, and beyond. Ann is an advocate for bicycle safety, and stands up for cyclists’ rights on the roads and in court.
Ann graduated with honors and received a degree in engineering arts from Michigan State University. In 1994, she graduated cum laude from Tulane University School of Law where she was elected to the Order of the Coif. During law school, she was an editor on the Tulane Environmental Law Journal and was a Public Interest Law Foundation grant recipient. Ann worked first with the North Carolina Center for Death Penalty Litigation and then with the Cumberland County Public Defender’s Office until she opened her own practice in Fayetteville in 1998. She joined Patterson Harkavy’s Raleigh office in April, 2000 and, in 2007, established a Charlotte office where she now handles cases throughout the state. In 2011, Ann, Leto Copeley and Valerie Johnson formed Copeley Johnson & Groninger PLLC. Today, Ann litigates serious personal injury cases with a special interest in representing victims of bicycle crashes. She also represents individuals seriously injured in car wrecks and by negligent property owners.
Ann is a member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ), where she previously served on the Board of Governors. She has taught as a faculty member of NCAJ’s Capital College and several National Institute for Trial Advocacy programs and coached a high school mock trial team from 2002-2006. Ann has prepared amicus briefs on behalf of the North Carolina ACLU and NCAJ. She is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, the league of American Bicyclists and other bicycle advocacy organizations. She also serves of the boards of Charlotte Bike Camp and BikeWalkNC.
When she is not working, Ann loves to be riding any kind of bicycle.
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