Attorney Kaitlyn Fudge
A Hardworking Advocate of the People
Attorney Kaitlyn Fudge joined the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin in 2019 handling personal injury cases.
Kaitlyn earned her J.D. from Campbell University School of Law in Raleigh, NC, where she graduated first in her class. During law school, Kaitlyn received eighteen different recognitions, including thirteen book awards (which represent the highest grade earned in a specific class), three academic success awards (which represent the highest overall yearly grade point average per class), a Campbell Law Review “outstanding achievement” recognition, and, most notably, the Jessie and Elizabeth Leonard Valedictorian Award. Not only did she win various academic awards while in law school, she was also the Chief Articles Editor for the Campbell Law Review, a Pro Bono project coordinator, a member of the Executive Board for both the Campbell Law Review and the Pro Bono Council, and a teaching scholar. She graduated from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC with a B.S. in Environmental Science, magna cum laude.
Before joining the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, Kaitlyn worked as a summer associate for a large law firm that represented large companies. Prior to that, she worked at a small law firm in a small town in NC that helped individuals with their legal matters. During law school, Kaitlyn worked for the Blanchard Community Law Clinic, which provides free legal services to people who can’t afford it. There, she was very hands-on with handling her clients' cases.
Born and raised in North Carolina, Kaitlyn is passionate about helping her fellow North Carolinians face their toughest life challenges.
“I’ve worked for both individuals and large companies, but I much prefer working on behalf of individuals affected by others’ negligence. Both in law school and now, I’ve always been driven by the passion to become the lawyer that I’d want to hire for myself if I ever needed legal help. So, I treat my clients and their legal matters as if I was the one in their shoes.”
Kaitlyn is experienced in North Carolina litigation procedures, both in the courtroom and out. In fact, she has worked at the Wake County Attorney’s Office, where she played a role in evaluating some of the county’s litigation policies and procedures.
Kaitlyn is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association.
Campbell University School of Law
2019 J.D., summa cum laude, Valedictorian
- Chief Articles Editor, Campbell Law Review
- Jessie and Elizabeth Leonard Valedictorian Award Recipient
- Pro Bono Council, Executive Board & Pro Bono Project Coordinator
- Constitutional Law Teaching Scholar
- Merit Scholar
- Academic Honors List (all three years)
- Recipient of 13 Book Awards
- Received the Academic Success Award, representing the highest yearly grade point average per class, every year of law school
North Carolina State University
2016 B.S. in Environmental Science, magna cum laude
- North Carolina Bar Association
- North Carolina State Bar
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina
- North Carolina Advocates for Justice