Illustrious Alumni

E clinic alumni spring 2016 CLE (4)

Elder Law Clinic alumni met at the NCBA 20th Annual Elder and Special Needs Law Symposium in Pinehurst, NC. From left: Liz Osborne Lawrence (’11), David Inabinett (’96), Nora Ryan (’11), Professor Kate Mewhinney, David McLean (’99), Aimee Smith (’02), Jonathan Williams (’11), Jessica Bell (’05), Kathleen R. Rodberg (’12), Mark Edwards (’97), Kim Gossage (’98), Anne Harris (’97), Natalie P. Miller (’04)

Caroline Knox (’00) has become president of the Van Winkle Law Firm, which has over 35 attorneys, and offices in Asheville, Charlotte and Hendersonville.

Natalie P. Miller (’04) has been elected to serve as the 2016-17 Chair of the Elder Law and Special Needs Section of the N.C. Bar Association, which has about 500 members.

Liz Osborne Lawrence (’11) has opened a firm focused on elder law, estate planning and special needs planning.  Her office is in Decatur, GA.

Jasmine Pitt (’15) joined the Winston-Salem firm of Bennett & Guthrie, where one of her cases involves a challenge to a will.  She writes, “I learned in the Clinic to thoroughly document all meetings and interactions with clients to prevent disputes down the road and to support any decisions I make.  Even outside of the elder law environment, the drafting and analysis skills I developed in the Clinic have served me well.”

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