Mitchell A. Wolf
Mitch was born in New York City and moved to the Raleigh area in 1969 when he was 16 years of age with his family where he attended Sanderson High School. His father worked in the garment industry and his mother was a dedicated homemaker. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science at UNC-Chapel Hill and was an active member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. He found his calling while attending NCCU School of Law, graduating with a Juris Doctorate degree in 1978 and became an Administrative Law Judge in 1982 presiding over thousands of “Unemployment Law” claims, while also acting as a Special Deputy Commissioner with the North Carolina Employment Security Commission (currently DES – Division of Employment Security) and has been practicing “Personal Injury” law since 1993.
Other Accomplishments and Affiliations:
Besides law, Mitch has a passion for teaching others and has had the opportunity to teach Business Law for Wake Technical Community College, as well as evening classes at the Civil Legal Assistance Clinic at UNC Chapel Hill Law School. He has been a member of the Advisory Board for the North Carolina State Employee’s Credit Union (SECU) and the National Association of Unemployment Appellate Boards. Mitch is currently also an Arbitrator and Certified Mediator. He is an admitted Carolina Hurricanes hockey fanatic and a proud supporter of the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, Meals on Wheels and SAFE Haven, Cat Shelter & Clinic. Mitch resides in North Raleigh with his lovely wife Brenda of 25 years, formerly a Senior Worker’s Compensation adjuster/supervisor.
Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina
Meals On Wheels
SAFE Haven, Cat Shelter & Clinic