Susan Evans is a civil and family law litigator practicing in Asheville, North Carolina and surrounding areas. She has gained experience in simple and complex litigation matters in state and federal courts since 2000 when she obtained her law degree from Campbell University School of Law and became a member of the North Carolina State Bar.
Ms. Evans is a graduate of Queens College, where she received a B.A. in Communications in 1996. She received her law degree from Campbell University School of Law in 2000, where she was awarded membership to the prestigious Order of the Barristers for her oral advocacy and brief writing contributions while competing on the school's moot court team. Ms. Evans has been admitted to the North Carolina bar since 2000.
Ms. Evans began her law career in 2000 when she clerked for The Honorable Ralph A. Walker of the North Carolina Court of Appeals in Raleigh, North Carolina. Prior to opening her solo practice at Evans Law Firm, PLLC in 2013, Ms. Evans worked as a litigation associate at Ferikes & Bleynat, PLLC in Asheville, North Carolina and served as an associate attorney at Young, Morphis, Bach & Taylor in Hickory, North Carolina.
Ms. Evans is a native of Los Angeles, California, and has been settled in the Asheville, North Carolina, area with her two children since 2004.
Ms. Evans was a contributing editor to the Fraud chapter of the North Carolina Prima Facie Tort Manual, 5th edition (released in 2011), as well as a contributing editor of the Fraud and Nuisance chapters of the 6th edition (released in 2014). Ms. Evans serves on the Communication Committee for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and holds membership with the North Carolina Advocates for Justice in the employment, family law, eminent domain and nursing home litigation sections. In 2015, she received the Order of Service recognition from the North Carolina Advocates of Justice for her active service to the organization. She also holds membership with the North Carolina Bar Association in the litigation, real property and family law sections.