Meredith J. McGill
Meredith J. McGill earned her J.D from Wake Forest University School of Law in 1986, where she was awarded the E. McGruder Faris Memorial Award for exhibiting high standards of character, leadership and scholarship. While Meredith was in law school she was Legal Articles Editor for the Jurist magazine and student newspaper, Moot Court finalist and Trial Court Competition semi-finalist.
Ms. McGill earned her Masters of Education Administration at UNC Greensboro, and graduated summa cum laude from Appalachian State University with double major in Special Education and English. She taught in the exceptional children’s program in Greensboro City Schools for seven (7) years prior to attending law school. In 1982 she was recognized as Teacher of the Year in the Greensboro City School System.
She is a member of the North Carolina State Bar, North Carolina Bar Association, Family Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution Sections; North Carolina Advocates for Justice; Wake County Bar Association and the Tenth Judicial District Bar Association. Ms. McGill is also active at Cary Presbyterian Church, where she has served as elder and deacon, choir member, and chair of several committees.
Ms. McGill has been named one of the North Carolina Legal Elite. She was admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court in 2002.
Kristin M. Hampson
Kristin M. Hampson graduated from The University of Georgia where she majored in Psychology and minored in Political Science. Subsequently she earned her J.D. from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. While at Campbell University, Ms. Hampson received a Top Twenty Recognition in the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law Intramural Moot Court Competition and Book Awards in both District Court Practice and Family Law Planning. Ms. Hampson interned at the McGill Law Firm while at Campbell University School of Law and subsequently joined the firm.
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