ATTORNEY MICAH HUGGINS
University of North Carolina School of Law
In 2008, Attorney Huggins through the North Carolina State Bar, earned his license to practice law in the state of North Carolina. He worked in the High Point public defender’s office for 18 months before going out in private practice. After leaving the public defender’s office Attorney Huggins worked at Carolina Legal Services for five years, where he gained invaluable experience both in and out of the courtroom. From his previous training and experience, Attorney Huggins decided it was time to take it to the next level. In April 2015, as he had envisioned, prayed, and strove for, he at last started Huggins Law Firm.
Within two years of establishing his own firm, he added an associate and two assistants and the firm has continued to grow. Attorney Huggins practices in the following areas:
With his passion to help other people through the judicial system and the due process of law, Attorney Huggins makes it his underlining mission to dedicate himself to his clientele. Because of this loyalty towards his clients, he has taken on tough cases and been successful in obtaining countless dismissals and reductions for his clients, obtained large personal injury settlements, and won child custody and child support cases. He is a sought-after speaker for entities such as the University of North Carolina in Greensboro, and other forums to discuss civil rights issues. Positive reviews of his practice can be found on www.avvo.com.
Apart from running his own firm, Attorney Huggins is very active with NCAJ, holding these following positions: Family Law Membership Co-chair, Criminal Defense CLE Co-chair, and Vice-chair of small office practice; he is also the former Vice President of the Guilford County Black Lawyer’s Association, and a current member of the Guilford County Inn of County as well as the Greensboro and High Point Bar associations.