Caroline Slater Burnette

Attorney in Henderson, NC
Order of the Barristers. Membership Editor, Campbell Law Review Prince Evidence, Moot Court Team and National Moot Court Team. Author, "Making Specimen Cups as Normal as Prom Night," 25 Campbell L. Rev. 71 (2002).

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    • Recommended by 1 Client
    • Last reviewed on 06/29/13
    Posted by a Consumer on 06/29/13
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    Wish I knew more before we started. We won case; however, we will never see the money.
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    Experience & Credentials



    Admission Details

    Admitted in 2004, North Carolina

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  • Law School Attended

    Norman A. Wiggins School of Law, Campbell University
    Class of 2004
    magna cum laude

    University Attended

    Transylvania University
    Class of 1999
    Philosophy, cum laude

    Birth Information

    Born in South Williamson, Kentucky

    Associations & Memberships

    Vance County, North Carolina Bar and American Bar Association; North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, National Association of Women Attorneys.

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    Send email to Caroline Slater Burnette

    Office Information
    Caroline Slater Burnette
     115 N. Garnett Street, P.O. Box 1820,
    Henderson, NC 27536-4637


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