On January 1, four lawyers became partners in the firm. Stephen Rawson, Melissa Michaud, and Colin Shive are now partners in the firm’s Education Law Section, and Jeffrey Russell is now a partner in the Family Law Section. Please join us in congratulating these excellent lawyers.
Alice Stubbs has been admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States. Alice made the trip to Washington, DC with a group of friends and alumni from the University of North Carolina School of Law.
We are pleased to announce that Caitlin Bush has joined the firm’s family law team as a first-year associate. Caitlin comes to the firm from Wake Forest University, from which she holds her law degree and a Masters in Psychology.
Fifty-five years ago, Harold Tharrington and Wade Smith hung a shingle and the Tharrington Smith firm was born. We celebrate the firm’s anniversaries because we have been fortunate to help people from every walk of life with legal matters of every size …
Roger Smith, Jr. has been named Best Lawyers in America 2020 Lawyer of the Year in DUI/DWI Defense Section for the Raleigh Metropolitan Area, and that a total of 15 of our lawyers have been listed in 10 separate practice sections of the Best Lawyers in America 2020 Edition.
The Attorney at Law Magazine covered our criminal law section in its first edition of 2019. The pdf of the document is embedded below. We hope you enjoy our story. You can find a link to the online version HERE.
We are pleased to share that six of its lawyers have been included in the Business North Carolina Legal Elite 2019. Help us congratulation Hill Allen, Russell Babb, Roger Smith, Alice Stubbs, Evan Horwitz and Jaye Meyer!
he North Carolina Bar Foundation dedicated the Wade M. Smith Justice Fund to Benefit Legal Aid of North Carolina on Tuesday, Oct. 9, at the N.C. Bar Center in Cary. The fund will help the NCBF Endowment sustain and strengthen its support of civil legal services for the poor provided through its Legal Aid of North Carolina Fund.
In the wake of the horrific events in Charlottesville, Virginia, the law firm of Tharrington Smith stands firmly against racial bigotry and violence. With one voice, and in the strongest possible terms, we denounce the KKK …
The North Carolina Bar Association grants two awards in honor of Tharrington Smith attorneys, the Criminal Justice Section’s annual Wade M. Smith Award and the Education Law Section’s Ann L. Majestic Distinguished Service Award. The 2017 Wade M. Smith Award was bestowed upon Asheville’s Sean Devereux.
North Carolina Superior Court Judge Lucy Inman has issued an order in favor of Tharrington Smith client, the Alamance-Burlington Board of Education, dismissing a lawsuit filed against it by the Times News Publishing Company.
This organization, according to its charter, is dedicated to ensuring that personnel in all areas of financial operation for public schools across North Carolina proactively build leadership skills and continuously strive to advance public education while demonstrating fiscal accountability and integrity
With new growth of firm staff and attorneys, the firm has decided to relocate just a few spots down the street to new offices in the Wells Fargo Capitol Center tower, also located on Fayetteville Street
Rod Malone, an attorney with Raleigh-based Tharrington Smith Attorneys at Law, told the school board Monday he plans to meet with the state agency to get some clarity before the school system moves forward.
Host Frank Stasio and his guests, who include Alice Stubbs, a family law attorney at Tharrington Smith, LLP, discussed divorce, the legal system and the possibility of an amicable split during his show on August 24, 2011.
One-person/one-vote applies to local governments that use election districts, i.e., that restrict voting for one or more seats to citizens who live in a particular district. Avery v. Midland County, 390 US 474 (1968).
In federal corruption prosecutions here in North Carolina and elsewhere, charges of “honest-services” fraud have figured prominently or even been the only charges brought. But, in a trio of long-awaited decisions issued in late June, the U.S. Supreme Court trimmed the use of the honest-services theory back to its roots