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Destiney Parker-Thompson is an Associate with Stubbs & Perdue, P.A. and was admitted to the . She graduated from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University School of Law in May 2020 where she was in the Order of Barristers Honors Society and a recipient of the Safran Moot Court Award. Ms. Thompson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Louisiana Monroe in December 2012.
During law school, Ms. Thompson competed in the prestigious Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition hosted by St. John’s School of Law and sponsored by Stubbs & Perdue, P.A. where Ms. Thompson and her partner took first place at the Regional competition held in Washington, D.C. At this competition, Ms. Thompson was also named Top Oralist by bankruptcy judges from across the nation. She went on to be named the Top Advocate at the National Duberstein Competition in New York City, receiving recognition among her peers and from the American Bankruptcy Institute, for her vigorous advocacy and articulation of complex bankruptcy issues. While in law school, she also participated in several pro bono projects including Wills for Heroes, where she assisted attorneys in drafting wills for local first responders and the Death row Visitation Project, where she became a temporary member of the legal team for a death row inmate seeking appeal.
Ms. Thompson also completed a judicial externship with the Honorable Allegra Collins of the North Carolina Court of Appeals and served as a Legal Extern with the Office of the Federal Public Defender, Eastern District of North Carolina while in law school.
Ms. Thompson is a member of the Tenth Judicial District Bar, the Wake County Bar Association and the North Carolina Bar Association (Litigation Section and Young Lawyers Division).
Ms. Thompson lives in Raleigh with her husband, Mike and their two children, Kendall and Greyson.