Kayla Frederickson focuses her practice on labor and employment law. She defends employers in a broad range of labor and employment disputes including discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Kayla worked as an associate at a law firm based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where she focused her practice on appellate, business, and civil litigation. Previously, Kayla served as a clerk for the Honorable Richard Dietz in the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
While attending law school, Kayla served as a summer intern for a law firm based in Hickory, North Carolina and a summer intern in the Guilford County Public Defender’s Office in High Point, North Carolina. Kayla earned CALI awards for the highest grade in Contracts I and Contracts II and she was also a teaching assistant to Professor Timothy Davis, Notes and Comments Editor of the Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law, and a member of the Wake Forest Moot Court Board.
Kayla has been recognized as a member of the 2020 class of the North Carolina Pro Bono Honor Society for her substantial and valuable legal contributions to people of limited means in North Carolina by providing 50 or more hours of pro bono legal services in the calendar year.
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Wake Forest University School of Law J.D. (2016) cum laude
St. Olaf College B.A. (2011) Music
North Carolina (2016)
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina
North Carolina Court of Appeals - Honorable Richard Dietz (Aug 2016-Aug 2017)
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