Young Moore Welcomes Summer Clerk Mackenzie Matthews

Young Moore is pleased to welcome Mackenzie Matthews, the third of 5 law students selected to participate in the firm’s 2023 Summer Law Clerk Program. Kenzie is a rising 2L at Wake Forest University School of Law where she serves as a member of Wake’s National Trial Team.

Kenzie was raised in Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina and spent her formative years showing horses, competing nationally through the American Quarter Horse Association. After a successful youth career, she was recruited to ride for the Division I equestrian team of the University of South Carolina where she earned a BA in English with a minor in Environmental Studies. Inspired by her childhood obsession with the movie (and story of) Erin Brockovich, Kenzie continued her education to pursue a law degree.

About Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.

Young Moore 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: business law, litigation, administrative law, condemnation & eminent domain, construction, employment, estates & trusts, insurance law & regulation, health care, real estate, retail & hospitality, state & local tax, trucking & transportation, and workers’ compensation.

Young Moore’s Summer Law Clerk Program is designed to provide law students the opportunity to experience working day-to-day across all practice areas in the firm while utilizing and developing skills necessary to excel in the practice of law.

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