Kelly Margolis Dagger Elected to NCBA Appellate Practice Section Council
Ellis & Winters is pleased to announce that Kelly Margolis Dagger has been elected to the North Carolina Bar Association Appellate Practice Section Council. Ms. Dagger will serve a three-year term beginning in July of 2015.
About Kelly Margolis Dagger
Ms. Dagger focuses her practice on commercial litigation, appeals, and criminal defense. She has represented clients in a range of civil matters in state and federal courts as well as international commercial arbitration. Her experience includes unfair and deceptive trade practices, contract disputes, higher education issues, consumer finance law, employment law, securities fraud, and First Amendment. Ms. Dagger also has federal criminal defense experience, including pleas, sentencing, and appeals, and maintains an active pro bono practice. Ms. Dagger joined Ellis & Winters after receiving her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, where she was elected to the Order of the Coif and served as an editor of California Law Review.
About the NCBA Appellate Practice Section
The Appellate Practice Section brings together association members who have a special interest in appellate practice, provides networking and educational opportunities in appellate practice, and promotes excellence in North Carolina’s appellate courts. The section plays a leading role in organizing appellate CLEs for the NCBA and explores pro bono opportunities. The section also monitors legislative developments and works with law schools in North Carolina to become more actively involved in their appellate programs.