Prior to receiving his law license, Carey was a Law Clerk for Parker Law Offices beginning in September 2014. Carey attended North Carolina Central University School of Law in Durham, North Carolina, where he was a Student Volunteer for Legal Aid’s Exoneration Project and also the Lawyers on the Line Project, was the Co-founder and President of the Law School Democrats, and was a member of the Environmental Law Society. During his third year of law school Carey was a law clerk for The Brannan Law Firm, which specializes in agricultural law. During the summer before his third year of law school Carey was an intern at the North Carolina Court of Appeals in the Chambers of Judge Samuel Ervin IV (now NC Supreme Court Justice). The previous summer Carey worked as a legal intern for The Yadkin Riverkeeper, assisting in legal research and gathering evidence for major environmental litigation against multinational meat processing corporations.
Carey joined Parker Law Offices as an attorney in October 2015. He has experience in the District and Superior Courts of North Carolina, the North Carolina Court of Appeals, and the Federal District Courts of North Carolina and Georgia. Carey practices primarily in the areas of Estate Planning Administration, Business Law, Eminent Domain, Civil Litigation, and Farm Law. Carey has served his community on the boards of Downtown Statesville Development Corporation, Iredell Museums, and the Statesville Civil Service Board and as Chairman of the Iredell County Democratic Party. Carey and his wife, Annie; daughter Evie and Willa; and dog Ellie live in downtown Statesville, North Carolina where they are members of First Presbyterian Church and are active in the community. Carey and his family are animal lovers and in their spare time enjoy hiking, camping, and attending festivals, and Carey is a passionate fly fisherman and outdoorsman.
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