Courtney Rudolph is relationship-driven and is passionate about each case she handles. She strives to create meaningful relationships with her clients and zealously advocates on their behalf to resolve matters as efficiently as possible.
Courtney attended law school at Loyola where she was a recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship. During her time at Loyola, she was an oralist for the Environmental Moot Court Team, which advanced to the semi-final round in the national competition. Courtney also participated in the Prosecution Clinic, where she was able to litigate as a prosecutor under the supervision of experienced practitioners at the New Orleans District Attorney’s Office. Courtney clerked for a Plaintiff’s firm which specialized in mass tort litigation throughout the United States and interned for the New Orleans Saints, though her loyalty as a Carolina Panthers fan never wavered. She earned a Law Excellence Award in Civil Law Property and Environmental Law.
After law school, Courtney practiced as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Virginia before moving home to North Carolina where she transitioned to civil litigation. Her diverse experience and background in law provides unique insight and perspective into cases.
Outside the office, Courtney enjoys traveling abroad with friends and family and playing fantasy football.
PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT:
- North Carolina State Bar
- Dean’s Scholarship Recipient
- PACE Environmental Moot Court Team; National Semi-Finalist
- Highest Grade Property I; Highest Grade International Environmental Law