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Savannah S. Trimmer

Associate   |   Raleigh

Savannah assists clients in a wide range of various labor and employment-related matters. Representing employers of all sizes, Savannah works closely with clients to secure positive results in administrative proceedings and civil litigation in both state and federal courts. In addition, Savannah offers advice and counsel, working collaboratively with clients to implement proactive, effective solutions and provide thoughtful guidance.

Savannah graduated magna cum laude from Campbell University School of Law. While in law school, she was an editor on the Campbell Law Review and a member of Campbell’s competitive Moot Court Team and Mock Trial Team. She also served in the positions of Teaching Scholar for Torts and Advanced Legal Writing. Also in law school, Savannah externed with Chief Justice Paul Newby on the North Carolina Supreme Court and Judge Fred Gore on the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Upon graduation, Savannah was inducted into the Order of the Barristers, a national honor society for graduates and practicing lawyers demonstrating exceptional skill in advocacy and brief writing.

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