Last year, our North Carolina trial lawyers at Dummit Fradin Attorneys at Law founded a residency program with Wake Forest University. With this program, our team selects a graduating candidate from the Wake Forest School of Law and grants them a residency at our firm. During the candidate’s residency, we provide them with the necessary resources, skills, and knowledge it takes to become a successful lawyer both inside and outside the courtroom. Because our firm focuses on a large range of practice areas, including DWI defense, criminal defense, personal injury, and Workers’ Compensation law, our candidates gain ample amounts of hands-on understanding in various areas of law.
During the residency, the candidate is paid a salary for the work they produce. Our goal is to allow our residents to acquire a specific set of skills that leave them prepared to enter the legal workforce with ample amounts of experience under their belts. In some cases, our firm offers these residents full-time positions with our firm.
When we first founded the program, we selected Tiffany Lail, a graduate from the university who was eager to begin her judiciary career right away. After equipping her with the knowledge and experiences she needed to pursue a successful career, Lail was offered a position as an Assistant District Attorney. With gratitude, Lail accepted the offer.
At Dummit Fradin Attorneys at Law, our North Carolina trial attorneys are devoted to helping other pursue successful and prosperous futures. That is why we are dedicated to helping the law students at Wake Forest University School of Law. If you are a student of the university and would like to learn more about our program, contact our Charlotte trial attorneys right away. We can help determine what you need to become a candidate for our residency program! We look forward to helping more students, like Tiffany, pursue their dreams and goals to become successful trial attorneys!
If you would like more information about our residency program, we encourage you to contact us!