Chambers Moves To U.S. Department of Justice
Read our recent Trial Briefs profile of Cheyenne Chambers here.
NCAJ member Cheyenne Chambers has accepted a position as a trial attorney with the Employment Litigation Section of the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice. Her tenure will begin in October. Since 2016, Chambers has practiced with Tin Fulton Walker & Owen, where she focused on criminal defense, employment law, civil rights and appellate law. Chambers and Luke Largess represented Kevin Tully, a Wilmington police officer, in a landmark case decided by the Supreme Court of North Carolina that created a new cause of action for government employees under Article I, Section 1 of the state constitution. Chambers has served as legal affairs chair for the NCAJ Criminal Defense Section and was a member of the New Lawyers Division, Civil Rights Section and Employment Law Section. Before her time at Tin Fulton Walker & Owen, Chambers clerked for Judge Paul J. Watford of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. She is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University and The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.