Tammey Burroughs is a North Carolina native and dedicated attorney who focuses her practice on employment, municipal, and education law. Prior to joining Hartzog Law Group, Tammey served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable John S. Arrowood of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. There, she assisted the judge with resolving a wide range of legal disputes, including those involving wrongful termination, misclassification, breach of contract, and alleged constitutional and civil rights violations.
Tammey earned her juris doctor degree from the University of North Carolina School of Law. During law school, she was selected to be a Staff Writer and later Senior Staff Editor for the International Law Journal. Tammey was also a competing member, and later coach, of the UNC Black Law Student Association Mock Trial Team. Prior to her clerkship with Judge Arrowood, she had the pleasure of interning in the chambers of Judges Lucy Inman and Robert N. Hunter of the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Outside of work, Tammey enjoys traveling, doing yoga, hiking, and spending time with her family.