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Caitlin Mitchell Recognized Among NCLW Rising Stars

Caitlin Mitchell, an associate at Young Moore, was presented a Rising Star Award for 2019 by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly at a special luncheon and program held on May 22nd at the Hilton Raleigh North Hills.  The Rising Stars Award was established to recognize the state’s most significant up and coming lawyers who have been out of law school 10 years or less and have already made a strong impact in the legal community.

Caitlin concentrates her practice on complex business and employment litigation, product liability, and premises liability. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Elon University School of Law and a magna cum laude graduate of Roanoke College. Before joining Young Moore, Caitlin completed a judicial clerkship with Judge Phil Berger, Jr., of the North Carolina Court of Appeals.

About Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is a civil law firm in Raleigh, North Carolina representing clients in a variety of litigation and transactional matters. Firm attorneys have extensive experience in the following areas: administrative law, business law & litigation, commercial litigation, construction, health care, insurance, retail & hospitality, trucking & transportation, trusts & estates, and workers’ compensation.

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