Attorney Evelyn H. Saxton joined the firm in April 2017 and practices primarily in the areas of criminal and family law. Evelyn completed her undergraduate studies in Canada, obtaining an Honors Bachelor of Arts in English and History from the University of Toronto (class of 2013) before attending law school at Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law (class of 2016).
During law school, Evelyn gained significant experience in the area of criminal law through her internships with both the Wake and Lenoir County District Attorneys’ Offices. In addition, Evelyn worked as a clinician in Campbell Law School’s Restorative Justice Program, a juvenile diversion program that helps at-risk youth resolve conflicts through mediation rather than the criminal justice system.
Outside of the office, Evelyn enjoys spending time with family and friends, volunteering, and hiking with her dogs.