Kandace is a member of the firm’s worker’s compensation and employment teams where she represents employers and insurers throughout all stages of litigation.

She joined Young Moore and Henderson as an associate after completing a two-year judicial clerkship for the Honorable Samuel J. Ervin, IV at the North Carolina Supreme Court. Kandace graduated from UNC School of Law in 2016. While in law school, Kandace served as the online and communications editor for the First Amendment Law Review, performed over 100 hours of pro bono work, and represented victims of domestic violence and campus sexual assault through Carolina Law’s Domestic Violence Clinic.

Kandace earned her undergraduate degree in Public Relations from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Mass Communications. After earning her journalism degree, Kandace was the assistant sports information director at North Carolina A&T State University and the community outreach and education coordinator for the Durham Crisis Response Center.

Kandace, a native of Greensboro, is passionate about public service and actively seeks opportunities to serve and engage with her community. Kandace currently serves as the chair of the political action committee of the Capital City Lawyers Association.

Education & Bar Admissions

  • J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 2016
  • B.A., School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2011

Admitted in

  • North Carolina



  • Capital City Lawyers Association, Chair of Political Action Committee
  • North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Board of Directors Co-Chair (2018-2020)

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