Mary Kathryn Kurth

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Mary Kathryn is a North Carolina native with litigation experience in cases involving serious injuries and medical malpractice. Mary Kathryn has committed her legal career to fighting for those who have been injured by the negligence of others. She is a passionate advocate who cares deeply about her clients.

When not practicing law, Mary Kathryn is very involved in the community. She is an active member of the North Carolina Bar Association, North Carolina Advocates for Justice and the Wake County Bar Association. Mary Kathryn is also an active member of Edenton Street United Methodist Church, where she serves as the coordinator of her Missional Community’s service project, which provides a meal once a month at the New Bern House in downtown Raleigh.

Mary Kathryn serves on the North Carolina Bar Association 4ALL Statewide Service Day Committee, the North Carolina Bar Association Women in the Profession Committee, the Wake County Bar Association’s Public Service Committee, the Campbell Law School Alumni Association Board of Directors and the Meredith College Paralegal Program Advisory Committee. Mary Kathryn chairs the Service Committee for the Campbell Law School Alumni Association Board of Directors. Mary Kathryn also leads the service projects at Edwards Kirby.