Neya Warren practices in the area of family law, including issues related to child custody, child support, spousal support, and equitable distribution.
Neya has served as a volunteer attorney in the Custody Advocate Program at the Council for Children’s Rights in Charlotte and as a Guardian Ad Litem in various custody cases in Mecklenburg County. She is a past board member at the Humane Society of Charlotte.
In November 2009, Neya started the Charlotte Chapter of Coalition to Unchain Dogs, a non-profit that builds free fences for chained dogs and lobbies legislators for the continuous chaining of dogs to be prohibited. She is now the Community Outreach Director for the American Pit Bull Foundation. In the last 10 years, Neya has assisted in unchaining more than 250 dogs in Charlotte and regularly builds fences for chained dogs at no cost to their owners.
Neya is a 2002 graduate of the Campbell University School of Law, where she served as the Student Bar Association President. While in law school, Neya was also a member of the National Trial Team and the International Moot Court Team, for which she competed in Vienna, Austria. Neya was a recipient of the David Teddy Leadership Award, the Student Bar Association Student Service Award, and the National Association of Women and the Law Award.
- J.D., Campbell University School of Law, 2002
- B.A., English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1998
Bar & Court Admissions
- American Bar Association
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Mecklenburg County Bar Association
- American Pit Bull Foundation, Community Outreach Director
- Mecklenburg County Bar Leadership Institute, 2007