Spencer Schold is an Associate Attorney at Raleigh Family Law. She graduated with honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Communication Studies and a B.A. in American Indian Studies and earned her J.D. from the University of Georgia School of Law. While attending UNC-Chapel Hill, Spencer earned honors including the Communication Studies Interdepartmental Leadership Award, the Residence Hall Association Leadership Award, and Dean’s List every semester. While in law school, Spencer was a member of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law, a board member for the Public Interest Law Council, and a Finalist in several state and national Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions.
Spencer has worked with victims of domestic violence and families in crisis since 2011 and has interned with two non-profits that provide pro bono assistance to individuals seeking domestic violence protective orders. She is passionate about providing these individuals with dedicated legal representation through trial advocacy.
Since being admitted to the North Carolina Bar, Spencer has worked as a solo practitioner and as an Assistant District Attorney. During her time as a prosecutor, Spencer tried more than one hundred cases to verdict including domestic violence assaults, DWIs, and misdemeanor child abuse cases. With her background in civil and criminal law, Spencer is experienced in negotiating settlements, executing successful trial strategy, and all phases of courtroom advocacy.
Although she was raised primarily in Charlotte, NC, Spencer has lived in four states including Delaware, Texas, North Carolina, and Georgia but now calls the Triangle home. Spencer and her fiancé, Ed, enjoy hiking, kayaking, and taking scenic drives with their dog, Zoe.
Spencer’s hourly rate and consultation fee is $175, which allows you the flexibility to utilize her skills at a reasonable cost for a higher value.