I’m an attorney, but I’ve been telling stories for as long as I can remember.
As a litigation attorney at a reputable Raleigh firm, I leveraged the power of story, from writing a brief on behalf of a client who had been grossly wronged, to negotiating a settlement for an injured party, to convincing a judge why a case should be dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
But what excited me most as a practicing lawyer was the way that attorneys can use their own stories to attract the clients they most want to engage. In working with my firm colleagues on marketing tactics, I saw for myself the value of using engaging content to attract more desirable client relationships, attorney referrals, and other business opportunities.
In 2018, I launched Davis Legal Media to help attorneys master a niche practice area by publishing compelling content online.
I have a BA in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where I served as the Editor of the Carolina Review, and I am a proud graduate of Campbell Law School. My writing has been featured in the National Jurist, the Lawyerist, the ABA Journal, Legal Tech News, and many more.