Attorney Sara West Joins Tharrington Smith Family Law Section

Raleigh, N.C., September 26, 2023 – Tharrington Smith, LLP is pleased to welcome Sara West to their family law section. After serving as a summer clerk with the firm in 2022, West rejoins the staff as a full-time associate, using her talents to assist in serving the practice’s many clients.

West joins the firm with a record of legal excellence and a robust career history. After receiving a BA in psychology from North Carolina State University, she graduated with honors from the Campbell University School of Law. West served as a legal intern for the Gailor Family Law Litigation Clinic in addition to her previous work with Tharrington Smith, and she possesses extensive experience in the fields of technology and human resources. 

“Embarking on a journey in family law with Tharrington Smith fills me with excitement and profound gratitude, as it presents the chance to advocate for others navigating the intricacies that family law presents,” says West.

Tharrington Smith is proud to boast one of the leading family law practices in the nation. Their attorneys and legal professionals consistently prove themselves as the finest in the field, and they are eager to continue providing outstanding counsel with the help of their newest attorney.


About Tharrington Smith LLP:

The attorneys at Tharrington Smith, LLP pride themselves on providing the highest quality professional legal services available. The motto “we don’t deal with cases, we deal with people” is the foundation of their practice, and they have been building successful relationships in the state since 1964. Because of this, they have grown into a practice that reaches across North Carolina and have earned a reputation that spreads across the nation. Focusing on the core proficiencies of family law, education law, criminal defense, criminal tax defense, and civil litigation, Tharrington Smith, LLP has helped countless individuals, companies, and governmental boards find lasting resolutions to their legal issues in North Carolina for almost 60 years.