Michael Mohun, a distinguished graduate of Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, is committed to guiding and assisting his clients in achieving their desired legal outcomes through fierce and diligent advocacy, inside and out of the courtroom.
During his time in law school, Michael actively participated in the Innocence Project, contributing to the review, investigation, and recommendation of various criminal cases in North Carolina. While primarily interning with personal injury firms and workers' compensation offices, Michael also gained exposure to Family Law matters, igniting his passion to assist families in North Carolina and ensure their needs are met.
Originally from McAllen, Texas, Michael attended Wake Forest University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in psychology. Since 2016, he has called North Carolina home, falling in love with the state's charm. During his time at Wake Forest, Michael dedicated his free time to community service for the Winston-Salem community through various student organizations.
Outside of work, Michael finds joy in outdoor activities, playing basketball with friends, indulging in reading, and binge-watching television shows.