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Originally from Texas, Courtney moved to the area in 2013 to attend law school. Her passion for advocacy began during her legal education as a member of the Trial Team Honor Board where she competed in national competitions. Preparing for these events gave her valuable opportunities to develop strong trial skills, case theory and development, and command of the rules of evidence. These still remain key focuses of her practice today. Courtney completed her legal studies in two and half years, graduating with pro bono honors and joined the firm in 2016 as an associate in the Concord office.
Ms. Neal’s practice focuses primarily on criminal defense and traffic matters. Being able to assist clients and their families in navigating a sometimes-complicated system is a key motivator in her advocacy. And understanding that no two cases or litigants are identical, Courtney enjoys working directly with clients and their families in achieving results based on their individual needs. She prides herself on communicating frankly and frequently with her clients throughout the entire litigation process.
Away from the office, Courtney enjoys traveling, sporting events, and spending time with friends and family. She is an active member of the Junior League of Charlotte where she volunteers throughout the area to improve the lives of children and families in the Charlotte community.
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