To know Heather Culp is to know someone who serves to serve. It’s not about what it could do for her career; it’s never about that. Heather is the barometer in that sense. She sets the example. But, her serving to serve has its source? Where (or who) is her source?
How has serving informed her practice? To know Heather in her law practice is to know that she’s a complex commercial litigator, focusing her practice primarily on bankruptcy litigation, representing individuals, families, and small business owners with tax, debt, or credit issues unable to pay their debts in full. That’s a fancy way of saying she represents people in one of the most emotional aspects of life—money.
Her accomplishments are too long to list: former President of the Mecklenburg County Bar. Board of Trustee for the North Carolina State Bar Plan for IOLTA; three-year term as chair of the NC Bar Foundation’s Program’s Committee; and a voracious volunteer with the Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy and Legal Aid of North Carolina. Plus, she’s a dog mom times seven. That’s a lot.