After graduating with a B.A.A. from Campbell University, Partner Bruce Daughtry decided to pursue a career in law because “Helping people through a demanding situation in life was appealing to me.” Therefore, he enrolled in Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law where he earned his J.D.

Three decades later, Bruce continues to fulfill his mission of helping people. As an experienced trial lawyer, he certainly knows his way around a courtroom. But just as important, he knows how to navigate the litigation process to protect the interests of his clients before a case even gets to trial. Bruce is an experienced negotiator with the skills to reach a fair settlement when the situation calls for it. And when it is in the client’s best interest to resolve a dispute outside the courtroom, Bruce is adept at handling arbitration, mediation, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. In fact, he is a North Carolina Certified Superior Court Mediator.

Regardless of the forum, civil litigation and insurance law clients know that Bruce will clearly communicate every detail and potential strategy of their cases. He also provides counsel to clients on risk-mitigation strategies to reduce the possibility of expensive litigation. This is the part of practicing law that he finds the most satisfying.

Bruce is the Vice Chairman of the General Litigation Section of the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys. He is admitted to practice in North Carolina state courts as well as the Eastern and Middle Districts of North Carolina.

When not litigating legal matters, Bruce cherishes family time with his wife and two sons. With one son attending North Carolina State University, and the other currently planning on going to NCSU, the family follows and cheers for the Wolfpack’s sports teams. They also enjoy spending time at North Carolina’s Wrightsville Beach.



North Carolina Certified Superior Court Mediator

North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys, General Litigation – Vice Chairman