Young Moore Welcomes Rachel O. Laughery

Young Moore is pleased to announce the addition of Rachel O. Laughery to the firm. Rachel is an associate on the firm’s Transportation and Logistics team and advises and represents clients in matters involving trucking accidents and litigation.

Rachel is a graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law where she served as Executive Editor of the Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy and participated in the Appellate Advocacy Clinic. While attending law school, she interned at the North Carolina Court of Appeals for The Honorable Judge Hunter Murphy and worked as a summer clerk at Young Moore. A magna cum laude graduate of Elon University, Rachel holds a B.A. in Psychology and minors in Philosophy, Criminal Justice Studies, and Women’s Gender & Sexuality Studies.

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; Appellate Practice; Business Law & Litigation; Condemnation & Eminent Domain; Construction Law; Education Law; Employment Law & Litigation; Estate Planning & Estate Litigation; Health Care; Insurance Law; Licensing Boards and Commissions; Medical Malpractice Defense; Nursing Home/Long Term Care Litigation; Product Liability; Professional Liability; Real Estate; Retail and Premises Liability; Tax-Exempt Organizations and Charitable Entities; Trucking and Transportation; and Workers’ Compensation.

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