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Katye Jobe Griffin

Katye Jobe Griffin

Of Counsel

T (919) 755-8753
F (919) 838-3128

Katye Griffin is a member of the firm’s infrastructure and development team in the Raleigh office. She enjoys helping a diverse range of corporate clients accomplish their business objectives, focusing her practice primarily on transactional and regulatory work.

Katye's experience assisting clients is varied, recently including:

  • Forming entities and corporate governance
  • Drafting and reviewing contractual agreements across various fields
  • Commercial real estate matters
  • Research and interpretation of zoning and permitting issues
  • Health care compliance issues

Katye is also a regular contributor for the Elements for Growth Blog,, which provides news, information, and resources about infrastructure and economic development in the Southeast.

  • Junior League of Raleigh
  • Leadership Raleigh Class 34
  • United Way Campaign, Firm Chair for Raleigh Office
  • Step Up Ministry Young Professional Advisory Committee, Vice Chair
  • Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., cum laude
  • University of Miami, B.A., History, Political Science, and Religious Studies, magna cum laude
  • North Carolina
  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Wake County Bar Association
    • Young Lawyers Division Membership Committee
  • North Carolina Association of Municipal Attorneys
  • North Carolina Bar Association, Real Property and Land Use and Zoning Sections
Academic Honors
  • Order of the Coif
  • Wake Forest Law Review, Editorial Staff
  • Wake Forest Moot Court
  • CALI Award for highest class grade: Health and Medical Research for Lawyers, Constitutional Law II, Civil Procedure

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