ANNÉ C. WRIGHT began working for the predecessor law firm, Walker DiVenere Wright, as a law clerk in 2009. She became an associate with Walker & DiVenere in August 2010. At the end of 2012, she became a partner.
Ms. Wright graduated magna cum laude from Appalachian State University in 2001 with a degree in English and Interdisciplinary Studies. At ASU, Anné received a scholarship from the Department of Theatre and Dance and a research fellowship from the Graduate School to study postcolonial literature. She also earned a Masters degree in Library Science from ASU. She continued her education at NCCU School of Law where she served as the Notes and Comments Editor of the law review and graduated summa cum laude.
Anné’s practice includes Appeals and Elder Law related matters, such as guardianships, trusts, wills, estates and Social Security matters. Reeves DiVenere Wright continues to concentrate their practice in general civil and criminal litigation, including personal injury and wrongful death, construction and real estate disputes, family law, workers’ compensation, business formation and residential and commercial real estate closings and transactions.
Professional Memberships & Affiliations
Admitted to North Carolina Bar in August, 2010
Member and Past President, Watauga County Bar Association
Member and Past President, Watauga County Habitat for Humanity
Member, North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Anné C. Wright is an attorney in the following areas of law: