Sharon Dunmore

Triad Legal Group
122 North Elm Street, ste 900
Greensboro, NC 27401
3365605400
triadlegalgroup.org


Sharon E. Dunmore serves as the Chief Executive Officer for Triad Legal Group, Inc., as well as the Lead Criminal Trial Attorney and head of the Criminal and Immigration Law divisions. Attorney Dunmore is eligible to practice law in the North Carolina state court, the Executive Office of Immigration Review Immigration Court in all US jurisdictions, and the United States District Court, Middle District of North Carolina.

Attorney Dunmore zealously counsels and advocates for each and every client, and works meticulously to help her clients better understand the legal system. Attorney Dunmore ensures that her client’s voices are heard throughout their entire legal process. She has a strong passion for litigation, and handles many of the firm’s sensitive legal matters.

Attorney Dunmore is actively involved in the Greensboro Bar Association, American Inns of Court, and the Young Lawyers’ Division of the North Carolina Bar Association.

Attorney Dunmore graduated from Elon University School of Law with her Juris Doctor in 2016. During law school, she was actively involved in the Elon University Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic, where she successfully led a service trip to an immigrant family detention center in Karnes, Texas. Attorney Dunmore also served on the Trial Advocacy Board for Elon Law’s Mock Trial competition team. During law school, she maintained internships at various immigration firms, as well as the Office of the Guilford County Public Defender.

Attorney Dunmore received awards from Elon Law for her trial advocacy skills, pro bono work, as well as a certificate of recognition for the Best Presentation in Public Law in Leadership. Attorney Dunmore serves as the Community Liason for the Elon Law Hispanic and Latinx Student Association. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Attorney Dunmore arrived in North Carolina in 2010. She is a 2013 graduate of Guilford College, with Bachelors Degrees in Criminal Justice and Anthropology.