Emily Enojado is a Paralegal in the Raleigh office of Cranfill Sumner. She is a North Carolina Certified Paralegal and supports David Rhoades in the firm’s Workers’ Compensation practice group. Emily enjoys all parts of the litigation process, with particular interest in medical record analysis and death claims.
She is a native North Carolinian and hails from Charlotte. Emily attended the University of North Carolina Charlotte where she graduated with a degree in Communications. She later obtained her Paralegal Certificate from UNCC in 2014. Prior to joining Cranfill Sumner in 2016, Emily worked in the non-profit sector, Plaintiff’s side of workers’ compensation, and Real Estate Finance for a large international law firm. She is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association Paralegal Division.
Emily lives outside of Raleigh with her husband, young son, and beloved Maltese, Bo. She enjoys running, strength training, spending time with family and friends, and exploring The Old North State.
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CSH Law Attorneys and Staff Participate in Mock Trial Competition
On Feb. 5 and Feb. 6, Cranfill Sumner LLP (CSH Law) attorneys and staff members volunteered at the 29th annual NCAJ High School Mock Trial Competition which was held virtually. The attorneys and staff who participated were Deedee Gasch, Melanie Huffines, Levi Huston, Colleen Shea, and Emily Enojado.… Read More