In 2004 John graduated from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law with a J.D., taking all the courses to qualify for the Trial Advocacy Track.
While at Campbell, Mr. Holmes was an alternate member of the San Antonio Trial Team, and worked with Professor Johnny C. Chriscoe on updates to Howell’s Shufford North Carolina Civil Practice and Procedure manual, considered the definitive resource on North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure. In the final year of law school, Mr. Holmes interned in the District Attorney's office in Smithfield, North Carolina where he was able to gain invaluable experience while prosecuting hundreds of cases in District Court under the 3rd year practice rule.
Prior to graduating from the University of South Florida in 2001 with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science, John attended the University of Greensboro for three years where he helped various organizations with their philanthropic work, raising money for charity at events such as the North American Food Drive, which raises over 2 million pounds of food of canned food for charities every year.
Currently he can be found in Harnett, Lee, Chatham, Moore, Orange and Wake Counties, representing people from all walks of life in District and Superior Court. His is a member of both Harnett and Lee County Bar Associations.
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- Admitted in 2004, North Carolina
- Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, Class of 2004, J.D.
- University of South Florida, Class of 2001, B.A., Political Science