Lynn Coleman’s focus throughout her legal career has been to help clients solve problems. Whether it’s a dispute with a competitor or business partner or the best way to deal with governmental or other regulations, options are often available which are not immediately recognized by a client in the middle of a crisis. Lynn’s penchant for exploring alternate solutions and presenting a client with the realities associated with various choices helps obtain the best possible result for each client. The use of technology to ease the communication process means that often clients can get quick answers to simple questions without the need to visit the office or take time away from their own business.
Education & History
A life-long North Carolinian, Lynn received her BS/BA from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 1977 and her Juris Doctorate from Campbell University School of Law in 1980. While at Campbell Law, Lynn was on Law Review as Notes and Comments Editor and received the Book Award in Constitutional Law. After law school, she served as Clerk/Research Assistant for Judge Gerald Arnold on the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She practiced law in Onslow County from 1981 until 2005 when she became assistant city attorney with the City of Wilmington. In 2012 Lynn opened Coleman Legal, PLLC in Cary, NC where she focuses her professional efforts on business law issues, contracts, real estate transactions, governmental compliance, and employment law.