Attorney Priscilla McKoy
Attorney Priscilla McKoy is a native of Raleigh, NC. She received her Bachelor's of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Spanish from North Carolina Central University. Attorney McKoy attended law school at North Carolina Central University School of Law where she received her Juris Doctor degree. Prior to going into private practice Attorney McKoy was the Director of Court Advocacy and Community Response at the Compass Center for Women & Families where she worked primarily with victims of domestic violence. Attorney McKoy has also interned in the Wake and Harnett County District Attorney's Offices where she received invaluable experience working in Juvenile, Domestic Violence, and Criminal District Courts. Attorney McKoy currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Chapel Hill-Training Outreach Project (CHTOP) which delivers programs to enhance the lives of children, youth, & families. Attorney McKoy is a member of the Tenth Judicial District Bar and has a passion to provide legal services to underprivileged populations and to seek justice for individuals attempting to re-enter society after run-ins with a legal system that can at times be unforgiving.
We treat our clients as people first. We recognize that clients come to us at different stages, and we have helped clients through happy and exciting times, such as purchasing a new home, and through more difficult times such as divorce.