Brooks Pierce Welcomes Four New Associates
Leading North Carolina law firm Brooks Pierce is excited to announce that four new associates, Mousa Alshanteer, Erin Barker, Micole Little and Thomas Walls, have joined the firm.
“We are excited to welcome these four talented young attorneys to our firm,” said Brooks Pierce managing partner Reid Phillips. “Mousa, Erin, Micole and Thomas all have unique backgrounds and will help us bring new perspectives to our clients. They are great additions to our team.”
Alshanteer is based in the firm’s office in Wilmington, North Carolina, and focuses his practice on environmental and health care law, advising businesses and individuals in both sectors on how to remain compliant with state and federal laws. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Duke University and his juris doctor from the University of North Carolina School of Law. In 2019, he was the recipient of Brooks Pierce’s Chief Justice Frye Diversity Fellowship.
A former high school teacher in Raleigh, Barker advises clients on education and employment related matters. She also advises businesses and individuals facing litigation at the state and federal court levels. Barker received her bachelor’s degree from North Carolina State University and her juris doctor from Campbell University School of Law. She works primarily in the firm’s Raleigh office.
Also based in Raleigh, Little advises businesses, including broadcasting and media companies, on various intellectual property matters and represents clients in corporate and transactional matters of all types. Little earned her bachelor’s degree from North Carolina Central University and her juris doctor from the North Carolina Central University School of Law.
Walls represents clients in commercial real estate transactions, including acquisitions, entity formation and leasing. He received his bachelor’s degree from High Point University and his juris doctor from the University of North Carolina School of Law. He is based in the Raleigh office.