Summer R. Rich
Originally from Albany, Georgia, Summer R. Rich received her associate’s degree from Darton College in Georgia and her bachelor’s degree from Temple University in Pennsylvania. Upon graduation from Temple University, she was awarded the Norman J. Kaner Memorial Prize which is given to a graduating senior majoring in history who best exemplifies the values of critical thought and social curiosity. A few years after graduation she decided to pursue a law degree and received her juris doctor from Widener University School of Law in Delaware.
Summer is licensed to practice law in North Carolina and has worked in the areas of family, estate, criminal, and real estate law. After taking a hiatus from practicing law to stay at home with her two children, she decided to return to work and joined the practice of Bagwell Holt Smith working in their Morrisville and Greensboro offices.
When she’s not working she enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach, and reading. As a homeowner herself she understands the excitement and responsibility that comes with buying and selling a home. This insight coupled with her legal expertise enables her to guide her clients through the home buying process to insure they have the best experience possible.
Widener University School of Law
- J.D, 2006
- B.A., History, 1999
- Recipient of Norman J. Kaner Memorial Prize
- A.A., History, 1996
- Honors Program graduate
Memberships and Admissions
- North Carolina State Bar, Member