Raleigh, North Carolina Appeals & Appellate Lawyers
Woodruff Family Law Group Attorney, Jennifer A. Crissman, has been practicing law since 2013. With seven attorneys and three Board Certified Family Law Specialists available at Woodruff Family Law Group, Jennifer is quick to remind each client of his/her own value throughout the legal process.
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Harrison A. Lord is the founder of [ask LEGAL] and an attorney with Bernhardt and Strawser, P.A. His practice focuses on helping small businesses reduce their risks, collect the money owed them, and plan for a successful future. Harrison represents clients in commercial litigation and disputes of all sorts. In that role, he’s tried cases before judges and juries all over North Carolina. But first and foremost, Harrison is a problem solver. His focus is always on getting the best result for his clients, and helping them find the solution that works for them and their...
Trey attended college at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Focused on attending law school and becoming a litigator, he pursued degrees in philosophy (with a focus on the ethicists) and political science. Despite majoring in two of the more rigorous disciplines, he graduated with Highest Distinction (ranking in the top three percent of (3%) of his class) and was inducted as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. During college he served as a member of Student Congress and the Undergraduate Honor Court. During law school, Trey served on the Attorney General’s Staff for...
If you are charged with a criminal offense and require aggressive representation, please contact Charlotte, North Carolina Criminal Defense Attorney Ron Frey of The Frey Law Firm, PLLC at (844) 766-3739 for a free consultation. Please visit us on the web at http://www.FreyLegal.com
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Prior to founding Aylward Law in 2004, Dr. Aylward practiced law at Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP in New York City, where she worked with a team representing Microsoft in government antitrust litigation. She also practiced at Katten Muchin Rosenmann, LLP in Charlotte. Ilonka received her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she served on the editorial board of the Virginia Law Review and was a John M. Olin Fellow in Law and Economics (1999-2001). At graduation, she was awarded the Olin Prize—an award for the best paper written in law and economics by a member of the...
Bill Cannon is a native of Leesburg, Georgia and has been practicing law for more than 30 years. He focuses his practice in the area of civil litigation and has extensive experience in complex litigation. Bill enjoys working closely with his clients in finding innovative solutions to the challenges they face. He has a keen interest in professionalism and has been a speaker for orientations on professionalism at law schools. Bill is an author of a variety of professional articles and has made many presentations on professionalism in the practice of law and the importance of the justice system.
He’s fluent in English, ancient Hebrew, and computer code. He’s also a computer geek and puzzle solver. He loves games – and loves to win. He’s always up for a challenge….whether reading surveys or deeds, negotiating a separation or real estate agreement or a plea bargain, but don’t ask him to choose paint colors or cook. He’s not scared of anything- rafting over 10 foot high waterfall, zipping over the New River Gorge, two week trials, complicated real estate deals or even chaperoning middle school youth group weekends. He’s an Ordained minister, and is confident...
Kiel actively advises and represents clients faced with pending or active litigation. While he has experience handling a variety of civil matters, he primarily handles cases involving contractual disputes or other business related matters. He is a skilled litigator and represents both companies and individuals at both the trial and appellate court levels.
Nancy Schleifer is licensed in, North Carolina and Florida and accepts civil appeals. In her legal career, she has been involved in well over a hundred appeals and has litigated in the areas of commercial law and juvenile dependency. She headed two legal dependency departments, was the Project Director at Nova Southeastern School of Law Children's Law Project, lectured at CLE seminars, published chapters in the Florida Bar's Florida Appellate Practice, published many legal articles, authored Litigation Checklists and Forms, and is the author of A Warrant for Mrs. Lincoln.