Law Office of Spurgeon Fields III
I am a Raleigh native who practices law in my hometown. That has given me a special perspective on how folks here view many aspects of life that ultimately affect legal actions.
Upon graduating from the University of North Carolina in 1978, I obtained my Juris Doctor degree from Villanova University in 1981.
I opened my law office in 1983. I handled matters from traffic citations to personal injury to homicide cases. Over the years I have served two stints on the Wake County Bar Association Board of Directors. I am a past President of the Wake County Academy of Criminal Trial Lawyers and the Capital City Lawyers Association. I was continually in private practice until 2001 when I joined the North Carolina Attorney General's office as an Assistant Attorney General representing the Department of Transportion in its Eminent Domain proceedings across the state. While in that position, I was certified, in 2004, to teach trial skills by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. I taught those skills at the N.C. Attorney General's Office.
I returned to private practice after years of trying cases for the Department of Transportation in acquiring property for it's highway projects.