I’m committed to customer service and providing outstanding legal representation. That means providing every service my clients might need me to provide – from top-notch litigation to mediation and arbitration.
Morehead City, NC (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
As one of North Carolina’s most recognized and celebrated legal professionals, Sharon Scudder has excelled as a servant of the court, as part of large law firms, and in her own practice. At the same time, she has achieved unparalleled recognition as an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professional, becoming a North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission Certified Superior Court Mediator. As part of a campaign to raise her online profile, Sharon recently announced the rare dual membership in both leading ADR online communities, Arbitration.com and Mediation.com.
“For me, it’s all about the client,” Sharon said of the announcement. “I’m committed to customer service and providing outstanding legal representation. That means whether you need assistance in a litigation matter, a strong advocate in a dispute, help with a contract, general counsel needs for your organization, or have other legal needs, I want to be your answer. That means providing every service my clients might need me to provide – from top-notch litigation to mediation and arbitration.”
In addition to practicing civil litigation, workers' compensation, contract law, and local government law, Sharon mediates civil liability and workers' compensation cases, and public entity disputes. She has also dedicated herself to education, developing and teaching continuing education courses in subjects such as premises liability, wrongful death claims, realtor best practices, and risk management.
A graduate of Campbell Law School, Sharon was named to the Order of Old Kivett for outstanding legal performance, and she successfully competed in national appellate argument competitions. She has also taught undergraduate college courses and been widely published in national peer-reviewed journals. She is currently serving as Vice President of the 3B Judicial District Bar in North Carolina.