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Christine M. Sprow Joins Rice Law: Brings Experience in Family, Criminal and Juvenile Law

11 June 2013—Wilmington, NC—Rice Law, PLLC is pleased to announce that Christine M. Sprow has joined the firm as a Partner.

Sprow formerly owned and operated her own law firm in Wilmington, North Carolina. She brings experience in criminal law and juvenile law that the firm does not currently possess. She also has extensive experience handling family law matters. Clients of her former firm are welcomed by Rice Law.

Rice Law’s managing attorney Mark Spencer Williams stated: “We are excited to add Ms. Sprow to our team and we know our clients will benefit from her knowledge and experience.”

Sprow obtained her Juris Doctorate degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in 2009 and her Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy from Washington and Lee University in 2006.

Ms. Eva L. Lorberfeld, the firm’s Client Services Manager, expressed her excitement with Sprow saying that “We often have client’s who call regarding their teenagers traffic ticket. Now, we can help those clients instead of referring them to other lawyers.”

For more information, see Christine M. Sprow

About Rice Law, PLLC

Rice Law, PLLC is one of the largest boutique family law firms in Wilmington, North Carolina and Burgaw, North Carolina with three attorneys on staff. Rice Law, PLLC provides legal counsel in the areas of family law, appeals, criminal law, juvenile law, estate planning and civil litigation. Our attorneys provide full-service representation of clients throughout the State of North Carolina. The firm also provides online legal services throughout the State of North Carolina through its Virtual Law Office.


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