Audrey Snyder

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Audrey Snyder is an attorney supporting the firm in the areas of injury claims, including defective products, and family law.  She began working with Ward Black Law late in 2017 as a contract attorney and formally joined the team in the spring of 2018.  She engages her passion for helping the defenseless with a strong belief in child advocacy and a desire to “stand up for the little guy.” 

Audrey began her undergraduate studies at Campbell University, earning a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.  She went on to pursue law at the Campbell University School of Law, obtaining a Juris Doctor and graduating Cum Laude.  Audrey was a very active member of the Mock Trial team and competed in national competitions including the National Civil Trial Competition (NCTC) and American  Association for Justice (AAJ) Mock Trial Competition.  Her mock trial endeavors earned her the Order of Old Kivett Award, an award given for exemplary representation in advocacy competitions while maintaining the highest ethical standards. 

A native of Lewisburg, West Virginia, Audrey is the oldest of five siblings and the first in her family to pursue a career in law.  She met her husband, Gabe, while they both attended undergraduate school at Campbell University and later attended law school together.  Her family background shaped the way she relates with people, developing her leadership skills with a balance of both ambition and kindness. 

As a former college soccer player, Audrey enjoys maintaining an active lifestyle.  She loves playing tennis and being outdoors.  She adores her family and treasures the moments she spends with them.  Her personal life motivation is outlined by Psalm 37:4, “Do what the Lord wants and He will give you the desires of your heart.”

Professional Associations and Memberships

North Carolina State Bar
Greensboro Bar Association
American Association for Justice
North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys
Piedmont Triad Women Attorneys
North Carolina Advocates for Justice

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