Imogen Baxter is a Partner at Raleigh Family Law and has practiced with the firm since 2011. Imogen graduated cum laude from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2007 with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication and received her J.D. with honors from the University of North Carolina School of Law. Imogen was admitted to the North Carolina Bar in August 2010. Imogen is also a member of the North Carolina Bar Association and the Wake County Bar Association.
Imogen was a member of the North Carolina Law Review and an Article and Note Editor for the First Amendment Law Review. During law school, Imogen had the opportunity to clerk twice for Judge Wynn, Jr. on the North Carolina Court of Appeals before he was confirmed to the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Imogen also clerked for Justice Newby on the North Carolina Supreme Court for a summer and spent time doing legal work in-house with NASCAR and GlaxoSmithKline.
Prior to joining the firm, Imogen clerked for Justice Johann van der Westuizen on the South African Constitutional Court in Johannesburg. The South African Constitution, as well as the Court itself, is recognized worldwide for its progressive stance on socio-economic rights, including gender equality and juvenile rights. Imogen was born in South Africa but grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and attended Salem Academy for high school in Winston-Salem. Imogen is in the middle of three sisters and a brother and has extensive ties to North Carolina with family in Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Durham, Charlotte, and Asheville.
Imogen presented at the Wake County Bar Association Family Law Continuing Legal Education in August 2014 and has consulted with Holly Nicholson for her column “Money Matters” in the News & Observer. In December 2015, Imogen and Sonya co-authored “There Ain’t No Sanity Clause: Surviving the Holidays During Divorce” in Attorney at Law Magazine.
Imogen’s hourly rate and consultation fee is $300.