Burch admitted to practice of law in Anson County, N.C.


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Courtesy photo Britt Burch is sworn in to the practice of law by Rockingham County Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Edwin G. Wilson Jr.


On May 8, Britt Burch was introduced to the court by attorney Sophia Gatewood Crawford as a candidate for admission to the North Carolina Bar.

Following her introduction to the court, Burch was officially sworn into the practice of law by Rockingham County Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Edwin G. Wilson Jr.

Britt is the daughter of April Burch and the granddaughter of Graylon Burch of Wadesboro, and the granddaughter to the Rev. L. Alvin and Bobbie Patterson of Salisbury. She graduated from Wake Forest University in 2013 and graduated from Elon University in May 2016 with her law degree and a master’s degree in business administration.

Throughout her academic career, Burch traveled to Ghana, Nicaragua, England, Ireland, Shanghai and Hong Kong and hopes to continue traveling in her professional career. She is currently working for Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center where she drafts and negotiates contracts for biomedical research on humans and animals.

Courtesy photo Britt Burch is sworn in to the practice of law by Rockingham County Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Edwin G. Wilson Jr.
http://www.ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_April-Burch-swearing-in-2017-fz.jpgCourtesy photo Britt Burch is sworn in to the practice of law by Rockingham County Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Edwin G. Wilson Jr.

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