Young Moore Celebrates First Female Managing Partner and Women of Young Moore

Celebrated every March since 1987, Women’s History Month is designated as a time for commemorating and encouraging the observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history.

At Young Moore, a 40+ attorney firm in Raleigh, North Carolina, this year is particularly significant as we kick-off the month with our newly-elected first female Managing Partner, Dawn M. Dillon, at the helm. In addition to maintaining her practice of law, Dawn is responsible for overseeing day-to-day firm operations and strategic planning for the firm. She has served on the firm’s 5-member Practice Management Committee and as Operations Shareholder since 2016. Read more

Also newly elected to Young Moore’s Practice Management Committee is litigation attorney and shareholder, Shannon S. Frankel. A strong supporter of women, Shannon is Founder and Executive Committee Member of the RMT Conference, an annual event designed exclusively for women executives in the trucking and transportation industry.

Other recent achievements by women of Young Moore include the selection of Angela F. Craddock to Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite Appellate Hall of Fame and the naming of Dana H. Hoffman to North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Power List for Personal Injury.

At Young Moore, 60% of our employees and 40% of our management team are women. We have leaders. We have creators. We have brilliant and valiant fighters. We have planners, problem solvers, and protectors. We have strength, resiliency, and empathy. We are proud!

Reflecting on women at Young Moore and around the globe, we applaud the leadership, bravery, and ingenuity of those who came before us and pledge to help pave the way for those who come after.

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