Attorney Corey C. McManus was born in Monroe, North Carolina where he attend Monroe High School and graduated in 1994. Corey attended the University of North Carolina Central in Durham, North Carolina on an academic scholarship. At North Carolina Central he majored in Political Science and minored in English and graduated with Honors in 1998. He then attended Law School at Campbell University as a Campbell Law Scholar and Robert A. Dyer Scholar. While there, Corey was a Campbell Law Observer Case Writer, competitor in the Judge Conrad Duberstein National Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers member and Campbell Law Order of Old Kivett Honor Society member.
During his time at Campbell University he also served as a Law Clerk with Smith, Debnam, Narron, Wyche, Story & Myers and North Carolina Prisoner Legal Services. Corey Graduated from Campbell University Law School in 2003 and returned to his hometown of Monroe, North Carolina to establish McManus Law. Corey is currently affiliated with The American Bar Association, The North Carolina Bar Association and The Union County Bar Association.
Corey has extensively practiced law in Union County and Mecklenburg County, North Carolina for over 11 years and has indepth experience in the areas of Family Law, Criminal Law, Traffic Law, Personal Injury and Estate Planning. Corey is an aggressive attorney who is willing to litigate your case in Court before a Judge and attain the best result possible, but he will also do everything to resolve your case outside of Court through a consent agreement to save you the money that litigating a case would cost. Contact Corey by telephone or directly via email to schedule an in office or virtual consultation with a Monroe lawyer if you are looking for representation in Charlotte, Monroe, Waxhaw, Weddington, Indian Trail, Wingate, Marshville, Stallings or Hemby Bridge
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