Elizabeth Simmons obtained her Bachelor of Science in Sports Management from the University of Tennessee and earned her Juris Doctorate from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law....Read more
Elizabeth Simmons obtained her Bachelor of Science in Sports Management from the University of Tennessee and earned her Juris Doctorate from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.
During law school Ms. Simmons was very active and involved in trial advocacy and criminal law. She participated in the Juvenile Mediation Clinic, for which she received a book award as well as the law school’s intramural moot court competition. She completed courses in Trial Advocacy and Advanced Trial Advocacy. Ms. Simmons gained practical courtroom experience throughout law school working for Michael R. Ramos, Attorney at Law. After being admitted to the bar in North Carolina, she started her own practice, Elizabeth Simmons, Attorney at Law PLLC, in Ocean Isle Beach.
While running her own practice, Ms. Simmons came to know and respect the attorneys at Watts & Easley. With a growing caseload, she decided that her clients would benefit from the expertise of the attorneys at this firm. In March of 2013, she closed her practice and became part of the professional team at Watts & Easley, PLLC. Ms. Simmons is committed to each client by providing the individualized attention and dedication needed until his or her case is resolved.
J.D.University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, 2007
Major: Sport Management
Shallotte, NC 28470
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