Belinda Sukeena has represented clients in the areas of civil litigation (family law and personal injury), business and contract law, and wills and probate for the past 15 years. Belinda received a B.A. in International Studies and a minor in Spanish from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1993. She received a J.D. from Campbell University School of Law in 2001. Belinda is trained in mediation and collaborative law and works diligently to get her client the best outcome possible whether it be through settlement or litigation. Her day to day work involves meeting with and individual and corporate clients, negotiating settlements with opposing parties, reviewing evidentiary documents, drafting and reviewing pleadings and contracts, and representing clients in hearings, trials, and alternative dispute resolution proceedings.
An active professional in the local and international community, Belinda served as a director for the board of the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce, taught business law classes at Wake Technical Community College, and was legal advisor to Solace International, a non-profit organization that builds schools and orphanages in under-developed countries.
Prior to law school Belinda worked as Project Manager on International Development Contracts with the United States Agency for International Development and World Bank in Washington, DC and the Research Triangle Park.
Belinda is a native of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. She enjoys cycling, paddle boarding, traveling, and spending time with her two children.