Legal Aid of NC adds attorneys in Fayetteville office
21, 2011 Media Release
(Fayetteville, NC) – Precious Green, Neubia Williams and Rikesia
Williams have recently accepted staff attorney positions in the
Fayetteville office of
Legal Aid of
North Carolina (LANC).
LANC staff attorneys provide legal representation and advice for
low-income clients in civil matters in court and administrative
hearings and provide knowledgeable outreach and community legal
education to help eligible clients understand and protect their
Green is a 2010 graduate of the NC Central University
School of Law. While attending law school, she participated in the
Criminal Prosecution Clinic and the Alternative Dispute Resolution
Clinic where she mediated family law, criminal, domestic violence,
and child support cases in District Court. She also mediated
Medicaid cases for the Office of Administrative Hearings.
While an undergraduate student at the University of South Carolina,
Green also performed volunteer work with South Legal Services and
various community organizations.
Williams is a 2010 graduate of the Wake Forest University
School of Law. The Wilmington, NC native attended UNC at Greensboro
where she majored in Communications and minored in Sociology.
She then served as an AmeriCorps VITA at the Indiana Coalition on
Housing and Homeless Issues. While in law school, Williams
served several internships including a law clerk for the
LANC-Winston-Salem Office, summer law clerk for the Honorable
Richard Elmore of the NC Court of Appeals and a law clerk for the
American Civil Liberties Union. After law school, she
completed a 10-week fellowship with the LANC-Charlotte Office.
Williams is a graduate of the NC Central University School
of Law. The Fayetteville, NC native is a graduate of Terry
Sanford High School and received her undergraduate degree in
Communications-Rhetoric from UNC-Chapel Hill. Prior to being
admitted to and a member of the NC State Bar, she worked with LANC
in various capacities, including coordination of pro bono
activities, assistance with LANC’s Mortgage Foreclosure Project and
involvement with consumer law and elder law cases. Williams
also has worked extensively with the Title III Program and provided
elder law presentations at senior sites and conferences held around
Legal Aid of
North Carolina (LANC) is a statewide nonprofit law firm that
provides free legal services in civil matters to eligible,
low-income residents. LANC serves all 100 counties of North Carolina
through 24 geographically located offices across the state.
LANC-Fayetteville Office serves Cumberland and Hoke counties.
D. Toni Pinkston (Managing Attorney, LANC-Fayetteville Office),
Fayetteville, NC, 910-483-0400
Richard M. Klein (Regional Manager, Southeast Region, Legal Aid of
NC), Wilmington, NC, 910-763-6207
Dock Kornegay (Director, Public Relations & Development, Legal Aid
of NC), Raleigh, NC, 919-856-2564
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