Posted: March 20th, 2016
Several of our current Elder Law Clinic students had the opportunity to attend the NCBA 20th Annual Elder and Special Needs Law Symposium in Pinehurst, NC. They heard from skilled practitioners and national experts who presented on the most pressing issues facing seniors and special needs clients. The students also had the opportunity to meet several Elder Law Clinic alumni who are now practicing elder law attorneys.
From Left: Student Alec Roberson (’16); Liz Osborne Lawrence (Decatur, GA); Nora Ryan (Winston Salem, NC); Student Marcus Fields (’16); Professor Kate Mewhinney; David Inabinett (Lexington, NC); Student Brandy Davis (’16); David McLean (Greensboro, NC); Aimee Smith (Winston Salem, NC); Jonathan Williams (Durham, NC); Jessica Bell (Winston Salem, NC); Kathleen R. Rodberg (Asheville, NC); Mark Edwards (Nashville, NC); Kim Gossage (Matthews, NC); Anne Harris (Greensboro, NC); Natalie Miller (Mooresville, NC); Student Emily Morris (’16)
Interested in hiring one of our talented graduates? Contact Professor Kate Mewhinney.