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We opened our Raleigh law office in 2001. We provide excellence in legal services to business throughout the community. 

With a team of more than 60 skilled attorneys, our firm provides a full-spectrum of legal services, designed to keep you and your business moving-forward.  We have the depth and experience to handle legal situations across a variety of industries which include but are not limited to:

Contact Our Law Firm in Raleigh, North Carolina
Our Raleigh office is centrally located, in Downtown, Raleigh. We are on the 20th floor of the BB&T building. Parking options are plentiful in all directions, with convenient visitor parking located under the building, in the BB&T / Two Hannover Square Deck located across the street on N. Salisbury Street, and four additional public decks within a one-block walk. 

As you enter the building from N. Salisbury Street, go up the escalator, and you will see a bank of elevators ahead. Use the express elevators for Floors 17 and higher as we are located on the 20th Floor. You will immediately approach Suite 2000 as you step off the elevator.

Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.   If you wish to speak to someone outside of these office hours, please contact our receptionist at 757.446.8600, or click here to contact us.

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