Ameera Bing’s extensive skill and talent, along with having a profound desire to resolve each matter in a professional manner, constitute her value as a workers’ compensation attorney at Hedrick Gardner. She effectively takes on each client file with a level head and positive attitude, inspired by her personal conviction to help others.
Following her tenure as a Human Resource Manager at a financial firm, Ameera completed her JD at Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University in New York, earning honors as “Best Advocate” through her mock trial endeavors and joining the Black Law Students Association on campus. Ameera subsequently became an Assistant District Attorney for Queens County in New York, where she managed large caseloads and handled the particulars of numerous felony trials. She then earned admission to the North Carolina State Bar upon relocating to the Charlotte area.
Among various activities, Ameera prioritizes visiting her family and friends during her free time.
PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT:
- Black Law Students Association, Advocacy Board;
- Peter James Johnson National Civil Rights Trial Team;
- Thurgood Marshall Trial Team; National
- Medical-Legal Mock Trial Team
- Constance Baker Motley Mock Trial Competition; Best Advocate, 1st Place Honors