Jane Francis is an attorney with a passion and drive for helping small businesses. She takes pride in helping suit every need the clients at Totman Law may encounter in their daily business. An advocate in every way, Jane Francis has devoted herself to help make sure that our clients have a timely and detailed response to any issue they may encounter. Jane Francis is passionate about employment law, health care law, and business transactions.
Jane Francis graduated cum laude from Roanoke College in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literary Studies and History with a minor in Public History. After completing her undergraduate studies, Jane Francis attended Campbell University School of Law, where she was a Dean’s Excellence Scholar, a recipient of the Ellen Amanda Rumley Memorial Scholarship, and received two book awards.
In addition to her studies, Jane Francis served as Managing Editor of the Campbell Law Review and published her Student Comment with the Journal. Jane was a Teaching Assistant for the Advanced Legal Studies Program and a Legal Writing Scholar for the first-year Legal Research and Writing Program. Jane Francis also participated in the National Health Law Transactional Moot Court Competition at Loyola University school of Law.
In her free time, Jane Francis serves on the Board of the Jane Austen Summer Program, blending her love of literature, history, and law through volunteer work and her continued dedication to academic publications. In her free time, Jane Francis loves to explore Raleigh’s live music, concert, and craft beer scenes.
Click here to read her most recent publication with the Campbell Law Review: https://scholarship.law.campbell.edu/clr/vol43/iss1/6/.
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- Campbell University School of Law
~ Juris Doctor
- Roanoke College
~ B.A. in Literary Studies and History
- North Carolina State Bar