Find Out More About Attorney Neil W. Morrison

When you look for an attorney, it's important to look at more than just the number of years he or she has practiced law. Legal experience is one thing. Life experience is another.

Neil MorrisonBefore going to law school and becoming a lawyer, I taught in the Wake County Public School System for approximately 10 years. I taught advanced placement courses in government, politics and legal systems. In retrospect, that remarkable experience best prepared me for the rigors of the courtroom.

I learned to stay on my toes and expect the unexpected. I learned how to deal with all different types of individuals. I learned how to explain complex subjects in a way the listener can understand. Most importantly, I learned that service is its own reward and that helping others is the best way to find satisfaction in one's work.

As a student at Campbell University School of Law, I earned several scholarships and participated heavily on the school's moot court team. After law school, I spent one year as a clerk for Judge Ann Marie Calabria in the North Carolina Court of Appeals. I gained immeasurable insight into civil and criminal trial litigation, which translated well in my next position as an associate with Ward and Smith, handling civil litigation.

Today I handle criminal defense and live in Pittsboro with my wife and two children. To schedule an initial consultation, contact my office online or call 252-565-4441. To view my complete resume, click on my name below:

My law firm represents clients facing federal charges in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Raleigh, Greenville and throughout the Middle and Eastern Districts of North Carolina.