Family Law Attorney Serving Johnston County for Over 27 Years

A native of North Carolina, Mrs. Pittard grew up in the city of Charlotte. She completed her undergraduate college education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and achieving the Dean's List and a partial academic scholarship.

Mrs. Pittard earned her law degree from the Campbell University School of Law in Buies Creek, North Carolina in 1983. While there, she earned an academic scholarship, served on the Moot Court Board and in the Craven Moot Court Competition, and worked as a Case Summary Writer for the Campbell Law Observer. She was also a member of Women in Law, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, the Johnston County League of Women Voters, and and the Johnston County Medical Auxiliary.
Prior to beginning the practice of law, Mrs. Pittard was the Head of Interlibrary Loan at the University of North Carolina Medical Library, and both an instructor in English and the Administrative Assistant to the President at Winsalem College in Winston Salem, North Carolina.

Mrs. Pittard has practiced law in Johnston County for over 27 years. For the majority of that time, she has concentrated her efforts exclusively in the area of family law. For twenty years, she handled custody and domestic violence cases for Johnston County Legal Services, and has received an award for her work in this area. She has also been active in civic affairs and was a member of the governing board of the Harbor, a domestic violence prevention and protection organization. She has also volunteered with Johnston County Schools and served as a past president of the Parent Teacher Association, and as a member of the local Centenary United Methodist Church where she has taught Sunday School and served on the church's Finance Committee.

She is also a member of the Johnston County Animal Protection League. Mrs. Pittard is a current member of the Johnston County Bar Association, the North Carolina State Bar, and the North Carolina Bar Association. Within the NCBA, she is a member of the "Women in the Profession" Committee and is also currently serving under the purview of the NCBA President on the Young Lawyer Initiatives Task Force to establish a mentoring program for newly-licensed attorneys.