Samantha earned her undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Criminology from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. She first started her career working with domestic violence victims at the Brunswick County District Attorney’s Office. She then went on to graduate from Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, where she was active in the Re-Entry Project, the Campbell Law Innocence Project, and the Death Row Visitation Project, the Restorative Justice Clinic, and the Campbell Community Law Clinic.
While in law school, Samantha worked for the Raleigh-Apex NAACP, the Wake County Family Court for Judge Michael Denning, the criminal defense branch of Kurtz & Blum, PLLC, and she prosecuted cases at the Johnston County District Attorney’s Office.
Samantha lives in downtown Raleigh, NC and likes to spend time enjoying all of the local events downtown has to offer with her French Bulldog, Walt.
Samantha has a passion for advocacy and therefore practices in the fields of General Civil Litigation and Unemployment Benefits. Samantha also works closely with Peter on Business and Corporate Law.
Campbell University, JD
- Licensed to practice law in North Carolina
- Admitted to practice in North Carolina State Courts
- Member, 10th Judicial District
- Member, NC Bar Association