Michael Mohun is a graduate of Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. Michael is dedicated to guiding and assisting his clients in achieving their desired legal outcomes through his diligent advocacy.
During law school, he actively participated in the Innocence Project where he aided in reviewing, investigating, and making recommendations on various criminal cases pending in North Carolina. Michael has primarily interned with personal injury firms and workers compensation throughout his time in law school. He has been able to work on Family Law matters during his internships and his exposure to such experiences ignited his passion to help families in North Carolina and ensure that their needs are met.
Originally from McAllen, Texas, Michael attended Wake Forest University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology. He fell in love with North Carolina and has considered it his home since 2016. At Wake Forest University, he spent his free time doing community service for the Winston-Salem community with various student organizations.
In his free time, Michael enjoys spending time outdoors, playing basketball, reading, and binge-watching television shows.