Marissa C. Meredith is an experienced problem solver who hasn’t yet met a challenge she could not handle. A native of Richmond, Virginia, she earned her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the College of William and Mary in 2011. During her years as an undergrad Marissa focused her spare time in the legal field, working for law firms in both worker’s compensation and elder law. She also developed an intense interest in giving back to her community; Marissa served as an after-school tutor and also volunteered with the Avalon Center for Women and Children.
Her passion for helping those in need led Marissa to law school. She attended North Carolina Central University School of Law
Because of her passion for assisting those in needs, Marissa decided to attend to law school. She graduated cum laude, in 2015 from North Carolina Central University School of law. While attending NCCU School of law, she was a Senior Editor of NCCU Law Review, President of Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society, and was extensively involved in NCCU Law’s pro bono projects, such as Citizen’s Schools and served as Project Lead for Project Will Power, Elder Law Pro Bono program.
Marissa practices in the area of business law.
EDUCATION AT A GLANCE:
- North Carolina Central University School of Law (May 2015)
- J.D. in Law, cum laude
- College of William & Mary (May 2011)
- B.A. in Political Science
- Minor in Art History
- North Carolina Bar Association Pro Bono Achievement Award (2015)
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