Jan 12, 2012
Attorney Ashley Huffstetler Campbell has been named partner at Ragsdale Liggett law firm in Raleigh, NC.
Dec 05, 2011
Dottie Burch, a partner at the law firm of Ragsdale Liggett lectures on Equine Law at the North Carolina State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Oct 20, 2011
Ashley Hufstetler Campbell, attorney at Ragsdale Liggett will train new attorneys in Managing Civil Litigation at the North Carolina Bar Association's CLE Practical Skills program in Cary, N.C.
Oct 04, 2011
The tenth recipient of the award, Attorney Ashley Hufstetler Campbell receives the prestigous UNC School of Law Outstanding Recent Graduate Award for 2011. The coveted award is given annually to only one alumnus from the past ten years.
Sep 26, 2011
Ragsdale Liggett partner, Melissa Dewey Brumback will present the Construction Law section at the North Carolina Asociation of Defense Attorneys' Fall seminar.
Aug 30, 2011
Ashley Hufstetler Campbell has received the first annual award created by NC Lawyers Weekly which recognizes twenty-five attorneys in the state who work to better the legal profession.
Jul 05, 2011
Attorney Melissa Brumback has earned the significant LEED (Energy & Environmental Design) credential by the Green Building Certification Institute. Brumback's practice is focused on construction issues and representation of design professionals.
Jun 27, 2011
Ragsdale Liggett attorney, Jim Conner made significant appellate law in the case against the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services when the state's final appeal was rejected by the NC Supreme Court.
May 26, 2011
Elected President of the board of directors of the Universal Design Institute, Ragsdale Liggett attorney, Melissa Brumback will guide the Institute's mission of promoting the concept and practice of accessible and universal design.
May 10, 2011
Jim Conner, partner at Ragsdale Liggett law firm has been chosen for membership in the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals. Membership is by invitation only and less than 5% of mediators and arbitrators may be selected in any state.