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Casey L. Couch

Casey Couch is a member of our litigation team. She has a broad scope of knowledge from civil and business litigation to family law.

Practice AreasExperiencePublications & AwardsCommunityProfessional


  • Civil Litigation
  • Business Planning
  • Employment Law
  • Wrongful Death
  • Personal Injury
  • General Litigation
  • Negotiation
  • Insurance Disputes
  • Traffic
  • Misdemeanor Criminal
  • Trust and Estate Disputes
  • Small Claims
  • Mediation/Arbitration
  • Real Estate Disputes
  • HOA Disputes
  • Landlord-Tenant/Evictions
  • Domestic Violence
  • Nursing Home Negligence
  • Premises Liability
  • Business and Corporate Law

    • Council for Children’s Rights—Children’s Defense Team Intern
    • Chambers of the Honorable Louis A. Trosch, Jr. –Judicial Intern
    • Student Attorney – Community and Economic Development Clinic at Charlotte School of Law
    • Research Assistant to Professor H. Beau Baez of Charlotte School of Law on Torts: Majority Rule Cases
    • Litigation Law Clerk – Conrad Trosch & Kemmy, P.A.
    • Teaching Assistant for Torts I and II to Professor H. Beau Baez of Charlotte School of Law
    • Litigation Paralegal – Doug Zanes & Associates
    • Legal Intern – Harris & Winger, P.C.


    • Charlotte School of Law, J.D., 2016
    • Northern Arizona University, B.A., Philosophy, 2011
    • Northern Arizona University, B.S., Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2011
    • Northern Arizona University, Spanish Minor, 2011

    • Walking a Fine Line: Preventing Unintended But Unauthorized Practice of Law in Estate and Probate Matter—Article featured in the North Carolina Bar Association, Civil Litigation Section Newsletter—February 2017
    • How to Get your Social Media, Email, and Text Evidence Admitted (and Keep Theirs Out)—National Business Institute—August 23, 2016


    • Practice Readiness Externship Award—2015
    • Mecklenburg County Youth Treatment Court—Recognized for volunteer work on Inaugural Youth Summer Enrichment Program—2014
    • Member of Order of the Crown Honor Society
    • CALI Excellence for the Future Award Recipient – Highest Score – Appellate Advocacy – 2014
    • CALI Excellence for the Future Award Recipient –Highest Score—Lawyering Process – 2013

    • Provides pro bono assistance to victims of Domestic Violence through Legal Aid/Legal Services of Southern Piedmont-2016-present
    • Volunteer—Youth Summer Enrichment Program-2014-present
    • Volunteer—Mecklenburg County Truancy Court Program-2014 – present
    • Member of Race Matters for Juvenile Justice and attended/completed Dismantling Racism two-day Workshop

    • North Carolina State Bar, 2016
    • US District Court, Western District of North Carolina, 2016


    • Mecklenburg County Bar Association
    • North Carolina Bar Association
    • Women Lawyers of Charlotte
    • North Carolina Advocates for Justice
    • International House Young Professionals

    Meet Casey

    Law is a thinking profession, not just a doing job. I became a lawyer because it gives me the opportunity to be of service to my community. I love the creativity involved with handling virtually every case.

    I believe strongly in the power of people to do the right thing—even in the adversarial litigation process. When I can solve a problem for my clients and bring them back to the status quo, or make their lives better for having worked with me, that is the most rewarding part of practice. Reciprocal trust, courtesy, and respect are the hallmarks of the attorney-client relationship.  I strive to ensure not only that my clients are listened to, but also that they feel heard. I craft legal solutions that take each client’s unique needs and goals into consideration and tailor those solutions to better serve my clients.


    During law school, I interned with the Juvenile and Family Court Judges of the 26th Judicial District.  My time in juvenile court taught me the strong impact family relationships have on all aspects of a person’s life. Think about it: The example set by parents has a lasting effect on a child’s worldview. What I enjoy most about practicing family law is it gives me the opportunity to help people decide for themselves what happens to their children—decisions that will have a long-lasting impact on their child’s life. The most rewarding part of practicing family law and civil litigation is giving people a fair fight. Win or lose—I feel a sense of accomplishment when my clients thank me for giving them a voice.


    I can make my client’s life easier by handling the day-to-day technical and legal aspects of their case, so they can focus on running their business. Whether it’s getting your business started or working towards building your brand, I view my role as a facilitator to help my clients implement their vision. If I can take some of the stress off of my clients then I have done my job.


    My family is my strongest support system. They don’t just tell me what I want to hear, but what I need to hear.  That’s how I treat my clients—like family, by walking them through the good, bad, and the ugly and telling them what they need to know.