Attorneys Carmelle Alipio and Patrick Scott Join Teague Campbell’s Raleigh Office
Carmelle received her Juris Doctor from Emory University and finished in the top 10% in her class. During her tenure at Emory, she was the first Woman and Woman of Color to be elected as the Director in Chief of the Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Program, the only student run Supreme Court litigation program in the United States. Carmelle was recruited through the Southeast Minority Job Fair in Atlanta and enjoys the pace of life in the south.
After earning a Criminal Justice degree from UNCW, Patrick spent five years in law enforcement, following in his family’s footsteps. This experience inspired him to attend law school at Campbell University where he participated in Teague Campbell’s Summer Associate Program. Patrick also interned for the Wake County District Attorney’s Office and for the Honorable Judge Tyson at the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Please join us in welcoming Carmelle and Patrick to the firm!