I began practicing law because I wanted to help people. Working for a large law firm initially gave me exposure to different types of legal matters, but it did not provide the contact with clients that I desired. In 2004, I opened my own practice and have thoroughly enjoyed working directly with my clients to help solve their complex legal problems.
When I first opened my practice, I was fortunate to have two senior attorneys mentor me in employment law. They encouraged me to appeal three of my racial discrimination lawsuits to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, and I was hooked. During the beginning years of my own practice, I was also fortunate to assist in the adoption of two of my nephews. Adoption law is very near and dear to my heart, and I have no greater pleasure than to help adoptive parents and their adoptive children.
Working with clients through some of the most difficult times in their lives is rewarding to me. Many of my clients are repeat customers, referrals, and friends. I keep my clients fully informed of all action I take on their behalf, and return telephone calls within 24 hours. I can be a “bulldog” when necessary, but I am to obtain the best results for my clients in all matters.
In 2016, I joined Sodoma Law to further my employment, family and adoption law practice. Sodoma Law shares my personal values of placing the client and their needs first and foremost. If you are looking for an attorney who will zealously advocate on your behalf, please contact me at (704) 442-0000 to set up a consultation.
I look forward to meeting you!
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|Attorney||Sodoma Law||2016 - Present|
|Owner||Everett Law Office||2004 - 2016|
|Associate||Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein||1999 - 2004|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Mecklenburg County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|North Carolina State Bar||Member||N/A|
|Belton v. City of Charlotte||Appeal denied, but dissenting opinion agreed with Plaintiff that long "investigations" by a Human Resources Department investigations should toll the statute of limitations for discrimination suits|
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|Seattle University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|University of Alabama||Communications||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1990|