Margaret Gunn Raymer is an associate attorney at Tharrington Smith practicing in the field of education law. After earning a BA in Political Science and Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Margaret joined Teach for America and taught sixth grade science in Charlotte, North Carolina. After teaching, Margaret graduated Cum Laude from Campbell University School of Law. While at Campbell, Margaret served as the Managing Editor for the Law Review and was the Vice President of the Lawyers & Leaders Program. Margaret also served as a Teaching Scholar and Research Assistant, supporting fellow students and her professors. In addition to her involvement in her law school, Margaret worked as a legal intern for the North Carolina Department of Justice in the Education Section and as a legal intern for Schwartz Education Law, P.L.L.C.
Campbell University School of Law:
Highest Grade Awarded in Criminal Law
Book Award in Civil Procedure
Dean’s Academic Scholarship
Campbell University School of Law Raleigh, NC
Juris Doctor, May 2023
Managing Editor of the Campbell Law Review Vol. 45, Pro Bono with the Campbell Law Innocence Project
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC
BA in Political Science and Communications, May 2018
Minor in Entrepreneurship
North Carolina State Bar, 2023
10th Judicial District Bar, 2023
Wake County Bar Association, Member, 2023
Schwartz Education Law, P.L.L.C. Raleigh, NC
Legal Intern August 2022 – April 2023
NC Department of Justice – Education Section Raleigh, NC
Summer Intern May 2022 – August 2022
Investors Title Insurance Chapel Hill, NC
Summer Clerk May 2021 – September 2021
Teach for America Charlotte, NC
6th Grade Teacher – Governors Village STEM Academy June 2018 – June 2020
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